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lane styron replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"Hi Don ... VERY impressive imfo. on the Jap hibachi . You are indeed a true expert !!! Sincerely , Lane"
May 16, 2010
Don Wagner replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"I finally remembered to take a few daylight shots. These drawer pulls are copper, but hand forged iron would probably be appropriate as well."
Apr 27, 2010
Don Wagner replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"I have never seen any pictures showing what goes in the drawers or the additional sunken area next to the lined one, but someone must know. I tried to take photos of some drawer pulls in my collection, but they came out dark so I will try it again…"
Apr 19, 2010
Kevin Kenneally replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"Don, Thanks again for the info on this piece.. Do you know what the open area above the drawer was used for and what the purpose of the drawer was?? I will search ebay for a drawer pull, any certain kind?? Thanks again, Kevin."
Apr 19, 2010
Don Wagner replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"Here is a photo of one in my collection. As you can see, a glass insert makes it more useful as a small coffee table or chest. I intend to fill the metal tray with interesting rocks."
Apr 16, 2010
Connie Swaim replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"WOW, this is amazing. I am so happy someone finally figured it out! Connie"
Apr 16, 2010
Kevin Kenneally replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"Thanks, Don! You are absolutely right! There is a burn mark on the top edge, I read that they were used as a heat source because they do not have Central Heating in Japan. They say it is common to be missing some of the hardware so I will find a…"
Apr 16, 2010
Don Wagner replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"This is a Japanese Hibachi. If the hardware was still there, you would have immediately recognized it as an Oriental piece of furniture. The wood is oriental persimmon wood. The copper lined portion was filled with sand, and that is where hot coals…"
Apr 15, 2010
Kevin Kenneally replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"Connie, any response to the picture of the box in the paper?? Thanks, Kevin"
Apr 9, 2010
Kevin Kenneally replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"I guess it could have started out as a voting/ballot box and then someone lined it with galvinized tin and used it as a milk/porch box... If I could just get this thing to talk we would have all the answers..................."
Apr 7, 2010
john a shavel replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"To each his own. But really a semi-rusted pan in a voting box.? I'll stick with a fancy porch milk or ice box. john"
Apr 7, 2010
Lois A. Day replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"I no not have the answers to your questions. From the picture and the description, it looks like a voting box. The ones I have seen in the past were made entirely of wood, however, who knows what another manufacturer may have done. Or, I may be…"
Apr 6, 2010
Kevin Kenneally replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"So are you saying the "mouse hole" was a small hole the size of a marble and the mouse just chewed it larger so he could get in there and sniff around?? And why would the larger opening be made if tin?? Sorry for all the questions but I…"
Apr 6, 2010
Lois A. Day replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"Yep. Sounds like a voting box. Into the large opening are put marble like balls, black and white. They are quite a bit different in size (usually the white ones are 1/2 again as large as the black.). If someone has petitioned the organization to…"
Apr 6, 2010
Kevin Kenneally replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"I am not sure what you mean by the "slot" on the side? There are handles on both ends to carry the box. Also, how does the galvanized tin portion of this box play into a voting box?? It does have a drawer that pulls out but the only…"
Apr 5, 2010
Lois A. Day replied to Kevin Kenneally's discussion Need Help Nobody Knows What This Was Used For?? in the group What is it & What is it worth?
"I am almost sure it is a voting box. Does it have a drawer that pulls out or is there access to items that might be put in the "slot" on the side? If so, that is what it is. If you need more detail, let me know and I'll explain how…"
Apr 5, 2010

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Are you a collector?
Yes
What do you collect?
full key wind coffee cans.. never opened!
Where do you buy?
Online, Brick and mortar shop/mall, Yard sale, Estate sales

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