Antique GLOBE-BOSSE World Furniture TIGER OAK Wardrobe!

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 24,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

Antique GLOBE-BOSSE World Furniture TIGER OAK Wardrobe!

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RARE Antique (very early 1900s) "Globe-Bosse World Furniture Co." (Evansville, IN) Tiger Oak Wardrobe Vanity with Mirror in Good condition!!!

Piece looks very nice for its age! No major damage and the only issues include no key, minor scratches & scuffs & t, and some age spots? on the inside backdrop of the mirror (see closeups). Casters are wood and were inside one of the drawers so I'm assuming they are original to it. Back still has the original delivery stickers on it.

Measures 70" tall (to top of mirror) x 45" long x 20-3/4" deep. It's hard to find any piece from this company and mine is currently the only one available on ebay.

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