These round-headed square nails are popular for cabinet work and some furniture applications.
* These nails likely were machine made in the early 1900's.
* These could have been used on trim in old houses, boxes, and many other uses.
* Machine made nails came into use in the 1820's and were made until the common wire nails replaced them.
* Some rust is on the nails from their many years of storage. These were in an old bucket in a barn so the got damp and rust formed.
* They have light rust and were not ever used.
* These nails are 1 3/4" long. The heads are around 1/4" square and the nails are 5/32" square.
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