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Circa 1780, poplar secondary, dovetailed case with applied cove molded cornice above an open frieze above three side-by-side small drawers above two side-by-side drawers above five long drawers, all lipped and graduated, flanked by fluted quarter columns with distinctive eleven inch fluted block support, applied molded base raised on bold shaped ogee bracket feet.
73.75 x 44 x 20.5 in., case width 40 in.From the Collection of Mr. James L. Parker, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Two drawers with lip repairs; replaced pulls and escutcheons (escutcheons now covering inlaid escutcheon), plugged holes only in the top five small drawers; ogee feet are original but the left and right rear foot facings cut and tipped; front left side foot facing cut and tipped.
$2,000 - 4,000