`Superior` Seed Drill / Bench


19th Century

  • £900.00
  • €1,063 Euro
  • $1,235 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2019
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Victorian seed or grain drill, just perfect to use as bench with storage. This is completely untouched and in its original paint finish which we have left dry and unwaxed although it would look amazing with wax finish on it. The red is just perfect, sunbaked to perfection. The gold `Superior` logo stands proud. The drill was originally manufactured in America and was imported to England where it lead an active life in Blofield, Norfolk. The cast plates on the side spell out the manufacturing details. There is a stenciled tag inside one of the lids which indicates the Norfolk keeper. Internally there are a number of troughs perfect for storage which would have held seed and sieve into the the drill itself which is visible on the underside. There are a number of lacerations on the front edge of the seat itself which are the result of when it was dragged behind horse or tractor. It displays these scars proudly and is part of the charm.


  • H: 42cm (16.54in)
  • W: 211cm (83.07in)
  • D: 32cm (12.60in)


19th Century

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Lost Property represents the fine city of Norwich in the heart of East Anglia and has been trading there since 2010. For Lost Property, trading antiques and vintage is the fine line walked between artistry and commerce, feast or famine. It’s the bittersweet tug of wanting to hold onto something forever, but knowing you have to let it go. The Lost Property ‘eye’ focuses on the functional and the decorative with a rebellious slant towards the crude and imperfect.

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