Friday, August 7, 2009

1900's Scotts Valley Treasures

all the rusty Patina from this early 1900's horse barn displayed on the corrugated roof is now in the yard . . . $1.25/lineal foot
This is a seed drill, pre 1914 by Van Brundt, built to be pulled by a pair of horses with seed settings for wheat, barley, oats and peas,

all the redwood 1x12's from this and the other structures are in mint condition, including interior 1x12's and clear heart old growth 1x6 beadboard!

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