Cabinets & Cupboards Furniture

Early 1900

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  • ANTIQUE OAK HUTCH, ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS, GOOD CONDITION, EARLY 1900's
  • Antique French Dark Oak China Cabinet Country French Early 1900's
  • Vintage Medicine Cabinet Antique Medicine Cabinet late 1800s early 1900s
  • Early 1900s French Cabinet with Arch Glass Door, Mirror, and Glass Shelves
  • Early 1900's Triple curved glass curio cabinet
  • Antique Dental Cabinet, Made in USA, Early 1900s
  • EARLY 1900'S PRIMITIVE JELLY CABINET CUPBOARD GRAY BLUE CHIPPY PAINT
  • Antique Kitchen Cabinet Hutch Hoosier Conestoga Cupboard early 1900s
  • EARLY 1900'S INDUSTRIAL BRASS AND STEEL DENTAL CABINET 12 DRAWERS . RESTORED
  • Antique Late 1800's Early 1900's Curio China Cabinet Press
  • Antique Signed Robert Mitchell Furniture Co Mahogany Court Cupboard Early 1900's
  • Early 1900s Victorian Cherry Victorian Music Cabinet Record Holder Cabinet 7982
  • Early 1900's Quartersawn Oak Drop Front Secretary Hutch DR11
  • Antique Seed Cabinet 21 Drawer Circa. early 1900's General Store
  • Art Deco Early 1900's Dark Mahogany Corner Open Display Cabinet 81 3 4 H
  • 4 matching solid brass washstand handles early 1900's with original catch latch
  • Early 1900s Harpic Advertising Toilet Roll Holder
  • Antique Vintage Built In Corner Cabinet Cupboard Early 1900's
  • Early 1900's Curio Cabinet
  • Antique Combination Medical Cabinet Early 1900's
  • Round oak china cabinet mirrored back with glass shelves from early 1900's
  • Early 1900s Medical Cabinet with Beveled Glass Mirror and Cabriole Legs
  • HOUSHMAND CARVED CABINET HUMIDOR INTERIOR LINED ORIGINAL FINISH EARLY 1900'S
  • Early 1900's Craved Cabinet
  • Vintage Cabinets, Early 1900's, Curved Glass, Original, Tiger Oak 6 Ft
  • Antique 22 Drawer Dental Cabinet Early 1900's Dentist Cupboard
  • HICKS LONDON Early 1900's Flamed Mahogany Bar Cabinet Chippendale
  • 57454:Early 1900's Quartersawn Oak Curved Glass China Cabinet
  • EARLY 1900s CHILDS SALESMAN SAMPLER KITCHEN CABINET CUPBOARD 28'' X 23''
  • Tall Early 1900's Painted Oak Glass Front Display Cabinet China Closet 5544
  • Inlay Record Holder Cabinet Case Music Cabine7997
  • Early 1900's Wood Tin Glass brass Antique Store Display Biscuit Cabinet
  • Antique Early 1900's Gettysburg Pa. China Cabinet Estate Furniture all Glass
  • Antique Bowed Glass China Cabinet Late 1800s or Early 1900s Central Virginia
  • Mahogany Book Holder Early 1900's Urn Inlay
  • ANTIQUE KITCHEN CABINET EARLY 1900s KAUFMANN MANUFACTURING ASHLAND OHIO
  • Early 1900's Inlaid Carved China Closet Curio Cabinet 8440
  • Early 1900s Antique Tall Wood File Cabinet 8437
  • FRENCH VERNIS MARTIN CURVED GLASS VITRINE, early 1900s
  • 008 Vintage Early 1900's Curio China Cabinet Press
  • antique late 1800's early 1900' pie safe cabinet with wood tin covered doors
  • Vintage Wood Bookcase China Press Cabinet Quartersawn Oak? Early 1900 late 1800
  • Vintage Antique Medium Wood Color Side by Side with Desk Ca: Early 1900's
  • 57888:Early 1900's Solid Oak Bank or Post Office Cabinet
  • Antique Hardwood China Cabinet w Original Glass and Hardware Early 1900's
  • Antique Early 1900's Brunswick 20' Birch Empire Bar with Front Bar Saloon
  • Antique WALNUT KITCHEN CUPBOARD CABINET HUTCH, early 1900's

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