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Wooden boxes crates custom built
Hand made either MDF plywood or pine
Built to your order sizes prices vary indoor outdoor single items or bulk orders welcome pmfor prices
wooden box, timber crate, Budget Boxes $18ea, CHEAP!
Find 'Maples Home and Garden' on Facebook or visit mapleshomeandgarden.com.au to learn more... Inspect prior to purchase at 'Hunted Antiques' 80-86 Canterbury Rd Kilsyth 3137, OPEN 7 DAYS 10am to 5pm (pictures are a guide only). Solid and sturdy Limited stock, pick up or MELBOURNE METRO delivery available ($20.00 Kilsyth and immediate surrounding suburbs all other areas please call for price) For ALL enquiries please call Michael YES W
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Wooden MUREX Pine Wood Packing Case, Wooden Box, Crate
Wooden MUREX Pine Wood Packing Case, Wooden Box, Crate. MEASURES 51cm x 26cm x 14cm. "75 LBS MUREX 6 6 IRONEX A" Stamped Each End of the Box. Murex Limited was a Leading British Company Supplying Product Items Like Welding Electrodes to the Metallurgy, Smelter and Welding Businesses. The Company was Founded in 1909 and was Acquired by the BOC Group in 1967. Shelves, Shelving, Shadow Box Display, Cottage Décor, Rustic Décor Storage, Industrial, Warehouse Themed Decor Etc. If you like this ite
Old Hardwood Packing Crate, Case, Box with Remnants of a Persil Label
Lovely Old Mid Century Vintage Persil "48 Pkts" Packets (Washing Powder) Hardwood Timber, Wood, Wooden Packaging Crate, Case, Box with Paper Decal Label on BOTH Ends. MEASURES Approximately 35cm Long x 26cm Wide x 25cm High. (13¾" L x 10¼" W x 9¾"H) Great for Collector, Display, Mid Century, Olden Days Decor, Shop Display, Vintage Laundry Theme Etc. PLEASE NOTE: I Also have a Similar One Available/Advertised. If you like this item and would like a QUOTE on FREIGHT - POSTAGE & HANDLING (If Feas
Old Wooden Chest Oozing with History and Travel Destinations
Old Wooden Travel Chest, Cargo Crate, Wood Packing Box Oozing - Enhanced with History and Travel Destinations. Looks Like it May Have Started its Travels from the Ferrari Factory in Turin - Torino, Then Off to England, Some Time After That, in 1960, its Jumped on a Sitmar Line Ship and Headed for Port Melbourne Australia, Then on to Launceston, Tasmania, by Way of the New Owner an English Employee of JAMES NELSON in Britain Destined to be a Manager at James Nelson Ltd. (A Textile Factory) at