Cabinets & Cupboards Furniture

Early 1900

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  • Mahogany Book Holder Early 1900's Urn Inlay
  • Early 1900s Flamed Mahogany 2 Piece Bubble Glass Breakfront Hutch Drop Down
  • Early 1900's vintage music mahogany cabinet
  • ANTIQUE KITCHEN CABINET EARLY 1900s KAUFMANN MANUFACTURING ASHLAND OHIO
  • REDUCED PRICE LARKIN ANTIQUE EARLY 1900s GOLDEN OAK CHINA CABINET
  • antique 1880's early 1900' jelly pie safe cabinet with wood tin covered doors
  • EARLY 1900s HOOSIER SELLERS CHILDS SALESMAN SAMPLE KITCHEN CABINET CUPBOARD
  • Antique French Dark Oak China Cabinet Country French Early 1900's
  • Antique Furniture Early 1900 s 9 pieces made by Brickweede Bros.
  • Antique English Bow Front Victorian Curio China Cabinet Early 1900's
  • Vintage Cabinets, Early 1900's, Curved Glass, Original, Tiger Oak 6 Ft
  • ANTIQUE HAND CARVED MARBLE PEDESTAL early 1900s
  • antq INDUSTRIAL steampunk SCISSOR accordion WALL SHELF Ajax Co. early 1900s
  • Antique Early 1900's Heavy Solid Wood LARGE Flour Bin W Rollers Primitive
  • Early 1900s Victorian Sheet Music Victrolla Record Cabinet W Mirror Back Antiqu
  • ’s Farmhouse Pine Hutch China Cabinet PICK UP ONLY
  • Hidden Drawers
  • Antique Primitive Farmhouse Jelly Cupboard Pie Safe Vintage early 1900's Cabinet
  • Lovely Piece Vintage early 1900s English Oak Mirrored Sideboard
  • HOOSIER TYPE KITCHEN CABINET, Oak, Early 1900's LOWER PRICE
  • Antique 22 Drawer Dental Cabinet Early 1900's Dentist Cupboard
  • Antique Oak Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Early 1900's Beautiful Cabinet
  • Early 1900 s Oak Barley Twist Kitchen Welsh Dresser Hutch Cupboard
  • Oak Bow Front China Cabinet made in Germany, early 1900's
  • Antique Vanity early 1900's 1910 1920 Lachman Bros.
  • Early 1900 Mahogany book case
  • J B Van Sciver Early 1900's Antique Oak China Cabinet
  • Antique, Painted, Pine Wood Bench, From early 1900's Gansu China, FREE SHIPPING
  • Antique Original Early 1900's Hoosier Mfg. Co. Kitchen Cabinet
  • PRIMITIVE WOOD SPICE CABINET TO EARLY 1900'S
  • Early 1900's Quartersawn Oak Drop Front Secretary Hutch DR11
  • Vintage Wood Bookcase China Press Cabinet Quartersawn Oak? Early 1900 late 1800
  • HICKS LONDON Early 1900's Flamed Mahogany Bar Cabinet Chippendale
  • Antique Early 1900's Gettysburg Pa. China Cabinet Estate Furniture all Glass
  • Tall Early 1900's Painted Oak Glass Front Display Cabinet China Closet 5544
  • Antique Vintage Early 1900s Scanlan Morris Co. Medical Cabinet Glass Metal RARE
  • antique late 1800's early 1900' pie safe cabinet with wood tin covered doors
  • 008 Vintage Early 1900's Curio China Cabinet Press
  • Mahogany Book Holder Early 1900's Urn Inlay
  • 4 matching solid brass washstand handles early 1900's with original catch latch
  • Vintage Antique Medium Wood Color Side by Side with Desk Ca: Early 1900's
  • Antique Combination Medical Cabinet Early 1900's
  • China Closet from late 1800's to early 1900's
  • Small Antique Late 1800's Early 1900's McLane Mfg Co. Mahogany Liquor Cabinet
  • Antique Early 1900 1920 Hoosier Kitchen Multi Purpose Cabinet Hutch
  • Early 1900's China Cabinet
  • Antique Signed Robert Mitchell Furniture Co Mahogany Court Cupboard Early 1900's
  • Early1900's Oak Bakers Rack Signed National Biscuit Co.

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