Gold painted short handled metal locomotive diesel key. Key is round barrelled with square edged tooth with notch at front portion. Handle is square with recessed indentation on 2 sides. '8204980' is engraved on one side and 'Aur-o-met' logo is engraved on other side. Molded all in one piece.
Attached label reads: "This buggy was purchased in 1884 by Mr. Jacob Miller, Edgeware Rd. for his grandson Roy Miller Baker of 10th concession of Yarmouth. He still resides on the Baker homestead and the buggy has been in his possesion ever since."
Wooden whippletree or leader bar for wagon. (used to steer horses) painted black with a yellow stripe down the middle. Device has three holes in it, one in the centre and two on each side. Thin leather attachment on each end.