Cabinets & Cupboards Furniture

Early 1900

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  • Antique Early 1900 French hutch
  • ANTIQUE OAK EARLY LARGE 1900's GLASS CHINA CABINET WITH ORIGINAL LEAD GLASS
  • ANTIQUE OAK EARLY 1900's GLASS CHINA CABINET WITH NICE GLASS 62'' TALL X 35
  • ANTIQUE KITCHEN CABINET EARLY 1900s KAUFMANN MANUFACTURING ASHLAND OHIO
  • Early 1900's The Globe Wernicke, V.L. Solid Oak File Cabinet w Dovetail
  • EARLY 1900'S ENGLISH GLASS FRONT CURIO DISPLAY CABINET 6430A
  • c. 1800's Early 1900's Antique Pennsylvania Dutch Style Pie Chest Cabinet Safe
  • Vintage OAK CHINA CABINET CUPBOARD Solid Wood Early 1900's Kitchen S.W. Ohio
  • Antique American Wood China Cabinet Early 1900's
  • Antique Early 1900's Hoosier Style Kitchen Cabinet Medium wood tone
  • Antique Oak Wooden Wall Medicine Cabinet Mirror Towel Rack Cupboard Early 1900’s
  • ANTIQUE HAND CARVED MARBLE PEDESTAL early 1900s
  • FABULOUS EARLY Walnut 1900's PRIMITIVE CABINET CUPBOARD
  • Vintage Early 1900's SELLERS Kitchen Hoosier Cabinet with Flour Bin, Antique
  • Antique Hoosier Early 1900's
  • Early1900's Oak Bakers Rack Signed National Biscuit Co.
  • Rare Early 1900’s Antique Primitive Solid Oak China Hutch Cabinet Cupboard
  • Antique Vintage Mahogany Rotating Record Cabinet, Early 1900s Bud's Music House
  • China Closet from late 1800's to early 1900's
  • ANTIQUE VINTAGE PORCELAIN TOP KITCHEN CABINET early 1900s LOCAL PICKUP ONLY
  • LARKIN ANTIQUE EARLY 1900s GOLDEN OAK CHINA CABINET
  • Late 1800s Early 1900s Medical Doctor Dentist Dental Cabinet Cupboard
  • Early 1900 Antique Heavy Steel Industrial Medical Doctor Surgical Case Cabinet
  • Antique Early 1900's Hoosier Style Wilson Kitchen Cabinet
  • Early 1900's Wood & Marble BAR Back Cabinet w COCA COLA Mirror 9 ft x10 ft
  • Early 1900s Antique Oak Hutch
  • Early 1900's Quartersawn Oak Drop Front Secretary Hutch DR11
  • Antique Furniture Early 1900 s 9 pieces made by Brickweede Bros.
  • 4 matching solid brass washstand handles early 1900's with original catch latch
  • Antique 1 Drawer Oak Card File Cabinet , Dovetailed , Brass Handle early 1900's
  • Oak Arts & Crafts Sideboard from Early 1900s
  • Antique French Beautiful White Marble Topped Oak Night Stand early . 1900's
  • Vintage Cabinets, Early 1900's, Curved Glass, Original, Tiger Oak 6 Ft
  • Antique Display Cabinet Clock Case Oak Wood Glass Shelves New Haven Early 1900's
  • Antique Empire Curved Glass Oak China Cabinet Early 1900's
  • Antique Oak and Glass Display Curio Cabinet Early 1900's USA Medium Wood Tone
  • ANTIQUE OAK EARLY 1900's CURVED GLASS CHINA CABINET DROP LEAF DESK 58'' TALL
  • Antique Early 1900 Oak Hoosier
  • ANTIQUE EARLY 1900's FRENCH INDUSTRIAL METAL STEEL WIRE LOCKER SWIM
  • Antique Oak Wood Side by Side with Desk Ca: Early 1900's
  • ANTIQUE MEDICINE CABINET EARLY 1900'S OLD SHABBY PAINT, MIRROR TOWEL BAR
  • Early 1900's A. R. Brown Rotating Oak & Brass Card Catalog Cabinet 50 Tall
  • Early 1900s? Antique Hutch with leaded glass Los Angeles area local p u
  • Antique Hanging Cabinet Pine Wood, Early 1900's Iron Hardware
  • EARLY 1900s Hoosier Style Cabinet, White Shabby Chic Roll Top Bread Cupboard
  • Antique China Cabinet Early 1900s Lots of Detail
  • TALL EARLY 1900'S PAINTED OAK GLASS FRONT DISPLAY CABINET 5544

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