SAM DANIELS COMPANY HARDWICK VERMONT RARE TIN SALESMAN SAMPLE WOOD FURNACE For Sale
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SAM DANIELS COMPANY HARDWICK VERMONT RARE TIN SALESMAN SAMPLE WOOD FURNACE :
RARE EARLY 20TH CENTURY SAM DANIELS CO., INC WOOD FURNACE TIN SALESMAN SAMPLE
We have the privilege to offer you this rare, early 20th Century tin, salesman wood furnace sample. Circa 1910. Measures about 9 11/16" tall without the handle up, 11 9/16" with the handle up, 6 13/16" wide, about 8" depth at the longest point with the pipes and 7 5/8" without the pipes. Features a wonderful tin design, which the inside of the furnace does come out, as you will see pictured. Sam Daniel's Co., Inc was a maker of wood and coal furnaces in Hardwick and Montpelier, Vermont from 1908 through 1969. Samuel Daniels was born in 1875 in Woodbury, Vermont and he passed in 1950. His products were very well known throughout Vermont and eventually in many other states. It stayed as a family run business through generations. The business closed in 1970 and then in 1973, it stayed true to being family run, as it was reopened by Samuel's Great-Grand Son, Elwin J "Bob" Daniels, as a wood furnace business and a new plant was built in 1980 in Montpelier, Vermont. It is in wonderful condition for the period. The neat part, it is in working condition. This is such a rare and beautiful piece of Vermont history that would grace any Country home well, especially a fun addition for any collector. Good luck and happy offerding! On all of our items, insurance is mandatory and is included in the Handling Cost. We tried to make this easier on our customers, as does not prompt for an insurance amount. We will break it down for you upon end of sale in the invoice. We ship out Priority Mail or if this is an International purchase, Priority Mail International to protect you with your purchases and get them to you fast. If the shipping runs less, we will refund that amount to your PayPal account.
Sir Richards Antiques and Fine Art Center
c/o Richard and Barbara Woodard
3487 Waterbury Stowe Road
Waterbury Center, Vermont 05677
Remember to offer early to avoid disappointment. If you are purchasing more than one piece from us, we are happy to combine the shipment on these pieces, as much as we can to save you on the shipping costs.
This is an Estate item, being offered through sirrichardvtant, Sir Richards Antiques and Fine Art Center, in the business of selling fine antiques and art since 1967. We try to be prompt and care very much that you know exactly what you are offerding on, as to condition, etc. We are available to answer phone calls from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (Eastern Standard Time), Seven days a week, except for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas; however, we do have an answering machine, so please feel free to leave a detailed message. You can offer with confidence that this is a good investment item to add to your collection. Check out our other quality sales. Well worth a look! Thank you for offerding and have a great day, Barbara and Richard!
In regard to furniture and accessories, we sell antique furniture and accessories. As most people know, these pieces become more beautiful with age because of movements and distress in the woods, some having restoration. Spindle turnings will not be uniform and swell unevenly with age. Wood tends to get stress fractures on support systems and where wide board construction is used. Eighty-five percent of 18th Century veneers have had some restoration during their life. Pine secondary woods might fracture, making overlays and veneers have the same fracture lines. Old finishes might alligator, fade, fish-eye or darken depending on where the pieces were placed. All of these are desired by a true collector and gives it personality. Do not expect these early pieces to be like new. These pieces age gracefully just as we do, giving them unique personality. We do our best to describe and photograph all items thoroughly, but handle a quantity of pieces every day and might miss something. All these antique pieces are sold as is. It is your responsibility to view the photos, review the description, if you wish photos of a specific area on any piece, we are happy to promptly submit them to you and ask any questions you may have before offerding. Selling items untouched, usually directly from Estates, we are not experts on clock works or any items with mechanical or moving parts. We know if they tick, run, move and are in tune with the quality of sound, but offer no guarantees on these items.
PAYMENT TERMS: All payments must be received immediately after the close of the sale. On international shipments, it is the responsibility of the buyer to research any duty, taxes or other costs that might be incurred with this purchase in your Country. All payments require immediate payment through PayPal, Merchant Visa, Mastercard or Discover. International shipments will be made through USPS Priority Mail International unless your Countries shipments cannot be insured to the amount paid. If the shipment cannot be fully insured or is too large for shipping with USPS, the shipment will have to be made via FedEx or UPS. It is the buyers responsibility to research this insurance coverage and size requirements, as each Country has different insurance and size limitations with USPS. You will have to make immediate payment through PayPal, Merchant Visa, Mastercard or Discover with the USPS quote; however, we will send you an adjusted bill after we have researched the best shipping solution for you. If in doubt, please contact us and we will be happy to research it for you.
SHIPPING TERMS: Buyer prepays item, plus shipping, insurance and Delivery Confirmation on this item when applicable. All our shipping is done USPS Priority Mail, Insured Delivery Confirmation. International shipments are USPS International Priority Mail, Insured Delivery Confirmation. International and other shipments may run more, but always only what it costs us for shipping and packing materials. (Please note, shipments to Italy are done by FedEx or UPS only.) Shipments will be made within 1 working day of receipt, unless there is an unusual circumstance. All items are extremely well packed, which will add to the weight of the shipment.
RETURN POLICY: No returns on any items, unless we have grossly misrepresented the item only. To make any returns, we must be notified that you wish to return the item the day it is received at the Post Office or the day it is delivered from the carrier. Buyer pays all shipping costs back and forth. Thank you.
You are welcome to personally view or pick your item up at our showroom, which contains Early American to Continental furniture, fine paintings and prints, fine porcelains and glass, plus almost every category pertaining to our past. Open seven days a week 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (Eastern Standard Time)