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Duke Spence July 17, 2014 at 01:37 PM
Did you ever think that Henkel Harris would have bought carts through the years they were inRead Morebusines s from other companies who were closing, going out of business, etc. Obviously this cart is a century old by looking at the wheels! It is most likely a cart made by Lineberry or Nutting. I have been a collector of steam punk carts for years and this looks like a fine example.
Concerned RA Member July 17, 2014 at 02:21 PM
They would never have used an iron wheel cart in 1946 or 2014. Furthermore their name is notRead Morehyphena ted, and the wrong font is used. May be a real cart, but the Henkel name was added to enhance value.
Duke Spence July 22, 2014 at 10:06 PM
Obviously you are not familiar with these carts and this shows in your posts... I personally own aRead Morew arehouse full of these carts and they all have iron wheels. I have no vested interest in this other than the fact that you are not well versed in these highly collectible steam punk carts from years ago. I suggest you look-up Lineberry carts on eBay and you will find several of mine on there as well as dozens of others and you will see that you are incorrect in your "facts". These carts have been used for well over a century in cotton mills, furniture factories and other businesses for transporting items around the factories that this country was founded on. Obviously by looking at this cart you can see it has been restored. Who cares what font (typeface) was used??? It is in my professional opinion a fine example of a vintage cart and will likely end up in my collection in any case once I go look at it. What does "nothyphena ted"? Do you mean to say their name is not hyphenated... I researched that since you brought it up and through the years their name has been written as both ways, so you sir should verify your information prior to posting statements that are incorrect. Carts names were normally lettered by the cart makers in any case and seldom by the companies that used them. But then again since you believe you are an expert, you certainly should be aware of that. Have you seen the cart? I would recommend that you do before I do, as it will likely not be available after I see it.
Barbara Ogden July 02, 2014 at 09:40 PM
This piece just sold, but I have more spoons and forks ready to be crafted! Please convo meRead More(that's an Etsy email) if you would like me to make you one!
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