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Vintage Meat Barrel Scale Computing Scale Company Dayton Ohio 1917 Antique

***Denver pick-up only***

Oh, I just love this piece! Tons of weathering from being outdoor display for many years, it is perfect in the garden or patio. Or, it could be lovingly restored.

Huge and heavy, it stands 29" Tall X 19" Wide X 19" Deep and must weigh 80 pounds!

Beveled glass, front and back with a beveled mirror on one end of the barrel. Surely, the other end had a mirror as well, but it is long gone. Kinda cool, though, because you can see inside where all the mechanics and paper cylinder are. Only one piece of glass is broken, in the back. (See 4th photo) Otherwise, no chips, cracks or breaks in any of the other glass. The little window on the front is rusted shut.
Paper cylinder is rumpled and crumpled with age and weathering and there is no plate.

Not working, but could be restored or displayed as is

Metal plate on front reads:

Style No. 844
Patented
November 21, 1905
June 24, 1913
March 6, 1917
Cap. 24lbs
Serial Number 544775

Metal plates on back:
The Computing Scale Company
Dayton Ohio USA

We have enjoyed this old scale for many years and would love to see it find its new home

***Denver Pick-up Only*** Please convo or email to arrange a time to pop over and have a look

Vintage Barrel Scale Computing Scale Company Ohio 1917 Local Pick-up Only Not Available for Shipping GallivantsVintage

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: metal, glass, paper, mirror
  • Only ships to United States from Colorado, United States.
  • Feedback: 475 reviews
  • Favorited by: 681 people