This is a flat wooden bottomed scoop which makes it ideal because it could also be used as a magazine rack / holder. This cranberry scoop / rake is in good & solid condition but has a few nicks, scrapes and is weathered from age. In the front there are 2 slats of wood sticking up on the sides with a piece of canvas stretched across the front of this scoop-on the right side, the canvas has a tear in it but I am sure it could be fixed easy enough. Also it looks as though someone had replaced one of the teeth at one time or another and another one of the teeth has the tip of it chipped off. Both of these defects can be seen in the last picture. Being a wooden tooth scoop, I'm guessing it was made in the 1920s - 1930s as the metal tooth scoops proceeded this type -then in the 1950s the scoops were replace by harvesting machines-one of which (the Darlington Dry Harvester) we manufactured and still do to this day. It measures about 15" tall x 11 1/4" wide x 7 1/2" deep & weighs about 4 pounds.