Coming up for auction in Ireland on the 4th of July is a Murch bucket, made in Glastonbury. Who would have thought that a bucket could be so interesting! This steel, traditionally shaped bucket was probably made in the late 19th/very early 20th century and has possibly been kicking around for over 100 years. Now, it is looking for a new home and perhaps one of you Murch descendants would like to own it. It is valued at £35-40 and it's starting bid is currently at £20. So get bidding and lets bring some of the more interesting curios of the Murch family home.
Steel Bucket with carrying handles, “Murch Maker, Glastonbury”, 15”h x 14” dia
Lot 700. Victor Mitchell Auctioneers, Mount Butler Salesrooms, Roscrea Co. Tipperary E53 DK71 Ireland
Watch the sale live on thesaleroom.com. If you are bidding please let me know as I may put in a bid myself and I don't want to be bidding against a long, lost cousin.
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