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1920's tall maple cabinet

Posted By: ELENA DAVIS <dav827@verizon.net> (pool-70-21-180-125.nwrk.east.verizon.net)
Date: 10/7/5 19:32

Hi - I have inherited a Colonial style tall maple cabinet, circa 1920-30. It was originally custom made in Dade County. There are no maker's marks. It is a curious piece- about 48"hx24"widex16"d. The top part has a small drop out desk front and the top sides have open books shelves. The bottom is a 2 door cabinet with 2 doors. It has the usual Colonial style scroll work on top edges and short legs. It was perfect as a TV stand but that obviously was not the original use- maybe for a radio- but why the curious small desk drop leaf. Anyone ever see one like this. I do not have pictures yet.[not digital yet] Any info would be very welcomed.

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