Reclaimed Pine WW2 USA Ammunition Crate Cladding Board
As in title, these boards are reclaimed from dismantled WW2 ammunition crates, so come rich in age & history.
A large proportion of these boards are stamped. Eg. Empty Projectiles, New York City, serial numbers etc, as seen in images.
These boards are in excellent condition and have with a beautiful, deep warm, natural patina.
The large sample board seen in the images have just been lightly polished with a brush tool on an electric drill. No wax has been applied, this is it’s natural finish.
This timber will create a truly stunning, unique cladding feature wall. Also perfect for photography backgrounds, unique table tops and other rustic specialist carpentry.
This is genuinely the best cladding board we have ever had in stock! (Put in mind reclaimed timber is one of most popular products and we have been in business for close to 20 years!). A true one off and never to be seen again.
The dimensions of these boards are approximately as follows:
Width – 110mm
Thickness – 20mm
Lengths – 810mm
£40.00 + vat per square metre
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Warwick Reclamation is a family run business supplying high quality, traditional reclaimed building materials and architectural antiques to the trade and public.
Our 2 acre site and two storey showroom display a fantastic range of specialist reclaimed and salvaged materials
Please remember before ordering:
This is a character reclaimed material.
All dimensions on our listings are approximate. If size is essential then please contact us before purchase.
The selected images are representative of the condition and quality. Please be aware colour may not be 100% accurate due to digital images / lighting etc. Please contact us for more images.
You are welcome to visit and view our products in our yard. Viewing is available Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm and Saturday 9.30am – 1pm
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