Offered for consideration is this early grain-painted tack hardware and/or wooden blanket chest in very nice condition dating to the mid-to-late 1800s. The estate we purchased it from claimed it was a chest used for storing tack hardware such as bridles, saddles, blankets, etc. It is a 6-piece unit made to completely break down for storage and/or transport ease and easily assembles like a bed; the sides attach just like bed rails onto a headboard and the lid hooks onto the base. No tools are needed to assemble/disassemble the chest. It is structurally-sound without any major damage issues, but there are minor issues like a few wood splits from years of use though. The finish is still nicely-intact as well with vivid patternry with only light wear overall. Assembled the wood chest measures 38" to back height, 35" to top height (lid is slightly-sloped), has a 58" width and is 31-1/2" deep. This can be picked up at our location approximately 50 miles north of Harrisburg, PA or can be freight-shipped with you the buyer making all arrangements.