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George III period primitive comb back Windsor chair, ash, English, circa 1770

Oooh - Mid 19th century Pennsylvania Apothecary,with beautiful blue paint, sixteen drawers, square nailed construction, the wood is poplar circa 1830 - from Country Treasures Antiques

Early 19th century Pennsylvania, split lidded Wood Box, very unusual form being dovetailed case, with applied beaded moldiing to conceal the dovetail joints on the ends. circa 1800-1820 ( would make a wonderful blanket chest at the foot of my bed....if I have room)

19th c. Ohio, cherry and poplar wood, punch tin panel pie safe, single board top over two flanking dovetailed drawers, over two doors, each with three heart and star decorated tins, three heart and star tins on both sides, on squared legs, 57" h, 41" w, 16 1/4" d.

Bakerton KY. original blue painted 12 tin  Pie Safe, with hand punched tins, in the form of a sampler J.A. Baker Bakerton, KY. located in Cumberland County, KY. circa 1850  the case and doors are mortised and pegged all original measurements are: 18" deep x 42 3/4" wide x 60" tall x  60" tall In the collection of Carol and George Meekin