ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL CONDITION, BOONE HOOSIER CABINET. THE CABINET IS ALL OAK, ALL ORIGINAL AND HAS NEVER BEEN REFINISHED, WHICH MAKES IT EVEN MORE VALUBLE. IT HAS THE ORIGINAL FLOUR SIFTER, BREAD BOX AND ALL ORIGINAL HARDWARE. THE ENAMEL TOP IS THE BEST I HAVE EVER SEEN. BOONE HOOSIER CABINETS ARE HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER BECAUSE OF THEIR OTSTANDING CRAFTSMANSHIP. I CAN SAFELY DATE THIS CABINET PRIOR TO 1922 BECAUSE OF THE RESEARCH I HAVE DONE. THIS AUCTION WILL BE A PICK-UP ONLY UNLESS THE BUYER WOULD LIKE TO ARRANGE FOR SHIPPING. THE CABINET MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 39 INCHES WIDE, 23 INCHES DEEP AND 72 1/2 INCHES TALL. SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AT ALL PLEASE FEEL FREE TO E-MAIL ME.I HAVE ALSO ATTACHED TO THE LISTING AN ARTICLE ABOUT BOONE CABINETS, IT READS: "The most extreme utilitarian work center came from Lebanon, IN. The Campbell-Smith-Ritchie Company chose 'Boone' (Lebanon was the county seat of Boone County) as the name for the kitchen cabinets that they began manufacturing in 1910. In 1922 a new line of innovative Boone cabinets was introduced, each model assigned a woman's name... Bertha Boone, Mary Boone, Helen Boone and the like. They added an ironing board and stool, a windup clock, a mirror, coffee grinder, and desk with pigeonholes and a pencil drawer. The lady of the house could do a good majority of her chores ... just about everything but wash her dishes. They had models with utility closets, some without a top for placement under a window, and cabinets for small home or apartment use. Like most kitchen cabinet makers, Boone cabinets sold well until the 1930s, when built-in cabinets became the rage".
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