Handmade Antique Mud Scraper with Horseshoes

This antique shoe / boot mud scraper appears to have been hand-made.  It’s solid and nifty; my late husband was pretty excited when I picked it up at an auction quite a while back.  For some reason, it first landed in a corner under some other inventory where it couldn’t be seen very well, then when I downsized the shop, it ended up in a box and was completely forgotten.  But now, it’s out and ready for its new home.

With you, perhaps?

Dimensions:  I didn’t measure it but it’s probably about a foot long.

Condition: It’s old, and it’s handmade, and it’s clearly been used.

Price:  $15.00 plus 5.5% State of Maine sales tax.

Location & Purchasing: This piece is located in our display case (#27) at Cabot Mill Antiques, Fort Andross, 14 Maine Street, Brunswick ME. You can purchase directly through them by visiting that beautiful shop, 7 days a week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (7:00 pm on Fridays).

Alternatively, if you don’t mind waiting a bit:

Shipping & Delivery: Because this item is on display 20 miles from us, I may not even know for several days (usually over a weekend) whether or not an item is still available, but can bring it back to Lewiston for you the next time I’m in Brunswick updating our display. At that point, you’d be able to take advantage of local pick up at my office (by appointment only), or I can get it delivered to you per the next paragraph.

We can deliver within Lewiston-Auburn most days, or along the Lewiston-Lisbon-Topsham-Brunswick route (dates vary), for a $15.00 delivery fee, or Gray/Portland (along the 202 Route, or just off it) early Wednesday mornings for the same $15.00.  Shipping is $10.00.

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