UPDATE: Unfortunately, this was in such bad shape that it didn’t survive a couple of moves, and I reluctantly ended up trashing it.
This antique horse collar stuffed with straw arrived in rather more distressed condition than we had planned on, and as a result, we really don’t think we can sell it for what we’d expected, based on the description from the auction house out west.
It’s another of those cases of our loss is your gain! The collar cost us far more than what we’re selling it for.
Condition: It’s pretty rough.
Price: Now just $10.00! (The most recent price was $25.00, although I believe we started out even higher than that… which was still a loss for us.) Plus Maine State Sales Tax of 5.5%.
Location: This item can be found at the Undercover Antique Mall, Route 26 in Oxford ME.
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In memory of my beloved husband John K Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016.
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