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:silly: Hey guys! I'm looking for info on an early 1900's butcher block. It has the company brand on the side of the block encircled by a football shaped circle. Inside the circle the words read: BRANKSTON ???, next line I X L w/ the word BRAND written inside the I X L. There is a small rectangle around the word BRAND, last line MEMPHIS TENN-----I hope this makes sense because I'm really curious about the origins of the butcher block and its real age. I wrote an antique shop in Memphis and the Antique's Road Show asking for info, but none yet.
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