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Circa 1940's decorative child's wooden pull cart

S/N:HC3797

1940's

  • £145.00
  • €172 Euro
  • $200 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2020
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This delightful decorative, vintage hand painted child's pull cart comes complete with the original 56 (perfect fitting) painted wooden building blocks, although 2 appear to have been glued together, no doubt by a naughty child. The cart sits on painted, cast metal wheels, with the front axle attached to the wooden pull handle for steering.
Approximate measurements- The cart body measures 39 cm (15 ½ inches) long by 23cms (9 inches) wide and is 14.5cms (5 ¾ inches) high. With the blocks in the cart the height is 17 cm (6 ¾ inches). The wooden pull arm is 56cms (22 inches) long. The wooden blocks measure 5cms (2 inches) square.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 17cm (6.69in)
  • W: 39cm (15.35in)
  • D: 23cm (9.06in)

Period: 

1940's

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Chart Sutton Antiques Centre
Pleasant View Garden Centre
Plough Wents Road
Chart Sutton, Kent
ME17 3SA
United Kingdom

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Based in Kent, I have been trading for over 15 years, starting off at the local fairs, but now mainly trading online via Twitter and Instagram, at Detling Antiques Fair and out of Chart Sutton Antiques Centre in Kent.

My main problem is that I like so many areas in the antiques and collectable world, I therefore deal in everything from the traditional items such as Georgian and Victorian silver and small furniture, to decorative items and lighting, along with the odd and weird.

One of the best things about the job is that you just never know what you may come across next.

I am always happy to provide as much information as I possibly can regarding any item, so please if you see anything of interest or you just have a general query or question, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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