|Date||mid to late 20th century|
|Description||Wood and metal bedsprings, American, mid to late 20th century, possibly made by Paine Furniture Co. Queen size, inner spring bedspring with wood slats, metal springs, and cotton cover; round corners; tan and white striped tickingcover with rope trim; white plastic reinforcers on corners; linen gauze underside; part of set with matching mattress.|
On synthetic tag: "No.2PFI / UNDER PENALTY OF LAW / THIS TAG NOT TO BE REMOVED / EXCEPT BY CONSUMER / ALL NEW MATERIAL CONSISTING OF / INNERSPRING UNIT / COVERED WITH / HORSEHAIR [space] 40% / BLENDED COTTON FELT [space] 40% / CHEMICALLY BONDED SISAL PADS [space] 20% / LIC. NO. Mass. 160 Per.NO. Pa. 294"
Underneath two inscriptions running side-by-side, on left: "This article is made in / compliance with an Act / of the Dist. of Columbia / approved July 3, 1926; Kansas approved March / 1923; Min. approved / April 24, 1929; N.J. revised statutes 26; 10-6 to 18. La. Act/ 467-1948.."
On right: "CERTIFICATION IS MADE / BY THE MANUFACTURER / THAT THE MATERIALS IN / THIS ARTICLE ARE DE- / SCRIBED IN ACCORD- / ANCE WITH LAW. / CONTENTS STERILIZED."
Underneath, the inscription continues: "SOLD BY / PAINE FURNITURE CO. / Date of Delivery / STYLE / TAG / COVER [space] SIZE [space] LINE."