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Antique Primitive Vermont 1800s Sugar Bush MAPLE SYRUP TAPS  very rare

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Antique Primitive rare 1800's cast iron TAPS or SPILES from a 1800's early sugar bush in nothern Vermont. Very untouched condition.

These Sap Taps were used for tapping Sugar Maple trees in early spring to collect the sap to boil into maple syrup~

Excellent* Condition commensurate with age and use being antiques, no splits or cracks at all.

1 Tap is marked, Warner, PAT.D, is 2 7/8" Long.

1 Tap is marked PATD 1891, is 2 1/8" Long.

1 is marked, PATD 1884, IS 3 3/8" Long.

1 is marked PATED IS 2 3/4" long.

Very Rare to find antique taps from the 1800's..these are from my personal collection~

Antique Primitive Vermont 1800s Sugar Bush MAPLE SYRUP TAPS very rare

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: cast iron
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