Beautiful Possum Belly or Baker's Cabinet - No Res!!!

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 18,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is an absolutely Beautiful Possum Bellied, Possum Belly or Baker's Cabinet. This used to be my great-grandmother's, but I honestly don't know when it was made. I just know it's been in my family for more than 60 years. It has been handed down through my family and when my grandmother passed away, it was given to me as my mother had already passed. I had seen it in her house, but didn't realize it had belonged to her mother who passed when I was 4. We moved recently and don't have the room for it and we are hoping to find someone who will be able to get some use from it. This cabinet has the bottom half with two large bin drawers for flour and sugar and two shallower drawers above those for utensils. The top half has two windowed doors with one door having a hook and eye to keep it closed, if needed, while the other door is opened. This is an absolutely beautiful cabinet and is in original condition, except I believe the handles have been replaced as t are other handles in one of the drawers. This will need to be picked up or we would be willing to meet you halfway or even deliver within 100 miles for a fee. Please serious inquiries, only!! I will only accept REASONABLE offers. High bidder to pay within 3 days of the end of the auction. High bidder will receive notification from us within 24 hours of the end of the auction. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. I will be listing many items in the next several days - so please bookmark our Items for Sale. No Refunds, unless t is a MAJOR discrepancy in the description. I strive for accuracy in my descriptions. We accept Paypal (confirmed addresses, only), money order or cashier's check. Thank you and Happy Bidding!!

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