We found an old mailbox at the entrance to the Bone Creek Art Gallery in David City, Nebraska. It was in such good condition that it might have been a replica.
The mailbox was solid cast iron; the lid on the mail slot alone must have weighed a pound or more. The tube at the bottom for the newspaper was heavy too, at least a 1/4″ thick. The lock looked like a replacement. How old do you think this is?
The only thing I know in this photo is five years old.
Thought for the Day: Nothing echoes like an empty mailbox. Charles Schulz