Vintage American Agricultural Tool, Iron Cultivator Wheel, 18", Riveted Tines

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This 18 ¼" cultivator wheel was salvaged from a Virginia farm with a rich history, dating back to the 1600's when the site was a Native American Kiskiack tribe settlement. The iron wheel features 10 tines with riveted construction and an interesting, angled configuration. As expected, the wheel shows surface oxidation and pitting.

Condition: Very good for age and use! Sturdy construction, surface rust, pitting, scuffs and scratches as expected.

History: This wheel was acquired from a family farm with a rich historic background in Yorktown, Virginia. Initially a settlement for the Native American Kiskiack Tribe until the 1600's when Poquoson Parish was founded, later known as Charles Parish.
Items from this job are featured on Season 9, Episode 12, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Weight: 7 lbs.
Item Measurements: 18.25(L) x 2.5(W) x 18.25(H)

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