Wonderful early 1900's Morton E. Converse and Sons wooden Red Robin Farm with 17 original animals, cupola with very rare original tin weather vane, and the original box with "STOCK FARM 309"
stamped on one side.
The barn measures 19 1/2" long, 10" wide, and
17 1/4" tall to the top of the cupola, not including the weather vane.
Double sliding doors open to reveal 6 stalls with food troughs and round cutout windows. There are 17 original animals, a few have minor issues.
The roof and the cupola are removable, the cupola has an old crack on the back side.
The barn is in beautiful condition with no damage or repairs other than the crack on the cupola and minor issues on some animals. The box shows its age but how remarkable that it even exists. There is an old shipping label, but much of it is illegible.
The right brass door handle sitting slightly crooked, I think it could be straightened. I have
taken a few pictures outside to help show the colors better. If you would like to see more pictures please let me know.