|Project by closetguy||posted 09-26-2010 01:41 AM||5349 views||11 times favorited||26 comments|
I have a big show in Tennessee in a couple of weeks and have been working over the past month to build up a reasonable inventory of Post Office door banks. It’s been a little challenging getting the inventory up because these thing are selling pretty quick from word of mouth. I’ll make a batch (ten or more), get them completely finished, and bag and store them. I then start on another batch of ten. What’s happening is the first batch is getting sold before I finish the second batch. It makes it difficult to get a cushion built up.
This is a new product for me and so far I am real pleased with how quickly they move out the door. The first picture is a 1902 Star Dial. The next two are a dual dial eagle and wagon wheel both from 1906. Then a circa 1920 Flying Eagle. These are white oak and jatoba. The next one is a Grecian style from 1968 with white oak and walnut. THe last picture is the coin slot on all my boxes.
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