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Coal bucket

RRPRRP Posts: 20,804
edited 8:57AM in EggHead Forum
Some time back I started a thread here about buying an old time - but not antique - coal bucket for use to easily load lump. For the younger folk or for those who live in mid climates a coal bucket has an extended snout on one side for pouring. I know there were leads as I printed them out, but lost the papers soon thereafter. Any help out there? I googled, but I thought if someone already had found one they liked that would suit me just fine!
L, M, S, Mini
Dunlap, IL


  • Trout BumTrout Bum Posts: 343
    I use one for lump and also for ash.
    Bought em at a fireplace /wood stove store. I saw them at Home depot or Lowes (can't remembr which) in the 2 or 3 months.
    B D

  • RRP,
    try searching for coal scuttle or shuttle

  • djm5x9djm5x9 Posts: 1,342
    RRP:[p]I see them in those wonderful hardware stores that still carry items forgotten by most. As I recall they are very reasonably priced.

  • RAKRAK Posts: 27
    They are plentiful here in Utah. Smith and Edwards (in Ogden) has a huge inventory of all sorts of galvanized products.

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