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08/15/2017 09:25 PM
OLD THIRTY-ONE DRAWER PARTS CABINET
Age. More than 40 years old see below.
Composition. See below
Size. 60” high x 25 ½” wide x 13” deep
Comments. This cabinet has solid oak faced drawers and has a plywood frame. There are thirty-one drawers which range in depth from 3” to 6” and in width from 3” to 10”. Their interiors are galvanized metal with a wood back. Each has a half round hole and some have samples of what used to be inside. The front face pieces of solid pine. There is an 11” high space with shelf under the drawers and another 11" high space under this shelf. The golden oak finish has minor wear and really accentuates the woods grain. The paint as wear, shade variations and could use another coat. This cabinet is in good shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, has small, shallow wood dents, added wood filler and has some soiling/stains. This cabinet is in sturdy shape but should have a wood backing to steady and tighten it up. Need some work but when done will make a nice cabinet for your kitchen or workshop.
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