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03/18/2018 03:55 PM
ANTIQUE OAK FILING CABINET
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 29” high x 22 ½” wide x 24 ½” deep
Comments. Made of solid oak this cabinet has paneled sides as well as back and a 4” deep drawer in the front. The top section can be used as a desktop and has four small brass cups in the front, one of them is missing. It has four removable 6” tall x 14 ¼" deep hinged filing compartments with oak faces and pine wood bodies. There are slots in the compartments to accept filing cards, some of which are included. They are also identified with brass letters A through D. The original finish has wear, shade variations, crazing and has some small scratches/scrapes. This item is in good shape with no breaks having normal use, as some wood wear, has a few small, shallow wood dents and has some soiling/stains. The drawer bottom as well has the desk top piece have been replaced. Give it a good cleaning and this one is ready for your home. It can be used help you get organize or repurposed in many ways in your home.
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