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💨Long, drawn out, Southern sigh💨 Georgia painted Cupboard, 19th century. A girl can dream can't she?

Painted Glazed Top-Part Poplar Cupboard, mid-19th century, probably Pennsylvania, the cornice molding above the two glazed doors which open to a three-shelved interior above two small drawers on the stepped-out lower case with raised panel doors opening to a two-shelved interior over a straight skirt flanked by square feet, the continuation of the facade, later red paint, some original turned wooden pulls, (imperfections), ht. 90 1/2, wd. with cornice 52 3/4, case wd. 52 1/4, dp. 19 in.

American Country Wall Cupboard 19th century, pine ,poplar, and other woods with old gray paint. Top has glazed center door with twelve panes and flanking paneled doors with paneled stiles and cornice that shows ghost images of dentil molding and traces of triangle paint designs. High feet and double set paneled doors in base, 95 h. x 87 W. x 24.5 D.

Maryland 19th Century Softwood Two Part Step-back Blind Door Cupboard with Old Blue Paint

Painted Pine Paneled Cupboard, early 19th century, the four-shelved cupboard above the raised panel door which opens to a two-shelved interior above a front and side skirt, both with shaping, early red paint, (imperfections), ht. 79 1/2, wd. 39 1/2, 13 5/8 in.

Late 19th century Painted Cupboard from Argentina

Good Ohio or PA Early 19th Century Softwood Red Painted Stepback Cupboard, one part with three shelves over cabinet top, two door base with one fixed shelf and one upper small removable shelf, arched and shaped base with bracket feet, Ex. Ron Koehler, 79"h. x43-½"w. x 21-¼"d., (minor losses to wood, front right foot restored, natural wear to original paint).

One-Piece Pine Cupboard...mid-19th. century, Snyder Co. Pe.

Attributed to North Carolina, 19th century, mixed woods including chestnut, poplar, and yellow pine. Unusual two-piece cupboard, the upper section with a double-panel door, the lower section with a single-panel door, and retaining old green paint. 67"h. 45 3/4"w. 14 1/2"d.