I have up for sale a wonderful antique circa late 1890s to early 1900s oak DIAMOND DYES Counter Display Cabinet. It was altered somewhat at some time in the distant past. The front adv tin litho was removed and replaced with a pane of glass.
The back was altered some what as well. They added a couple of pieces of wood and made a separate small back section for storage that only those behind the piece could see. View the pics and you will see right away what I mean.The cabinet is very attractive and would work great for any small collectibles that you could fit into the small cubby/pigeon hole sections. The back portion was altered , they separated it from the front.
If you view the back pics , the ones with the doors slide open you will notice old floral wall paper. It really looks neat how they did this. The piece has some minor but very livable imperfections. The piece stands approx 29-3/4" tall, 10-7/8" deep, and 22-1/2 wide - approx 31 lbs weight.
UPON RECEIVING THE ITEM - ONLY THROW OUT THE BOX AND PACKAGING AFTER YOU HAVE INSPECTED THE ITEM AND ARE HAPPY THAT THERE ARE NO DAMAGES. SAVE THE BOX AND ALL PACKAGING , YOU WOULD NEED PICS OF THE OUTER BOX AND INNER BOX , AND PICS OF THE DAMAGED ITEM.THIS IS PART OF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY WHEN IT COMES TO DAMAGE. I PACKAGE TO THE VERY BEST OF MY ABILITIES BUT SOMETIMES THINGS HAPPEN THAT ARE OUT OF OUR CONTROL. I list my items as thorough and as honestly as I can - but it is the buyers responsibility to be informed as possible. Color shades/tones may vary depending on my back round and lighting conditions as well your or my monitor settings.
All my items are either older collectibles or antiques and as with anything of this nature there may be slight imperfections or manufacturing nuances. Please view the pics as though they are part of the items description.
The item "Antique DIAMOND DYES Oak Store Counter Display Pigeon Hole Cabinet NO ADV TIN" is in sale since Thursday, October 1, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Mercantile, Trades & Factories\Display Cases". The seller is "whyworka" and is located in Shiocton, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States.