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sodadad's loves7 of 7National Glenwood 99, 1965Can anyone help?
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    Posted 11 years ago

    Trueblew
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    I have this Standard kitchen Cabinet which is 27 inches by 34 inches and contains the bins for flour and sugar. It also has five bins for spices. I am interested in the history of this kitchen cabinet; age, use, value, maker, etc.
    It was in my grandmother's attic and shows its age, but has much charm.
    Hoping someone can supply some information.

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    1. sodadad sodadad, 10 years ago
      What you have is actually a chuckwagon cabinet(portable pantry). I have one simular. Yours was made in the 1890s. Value would be somewhere in the 1200.00-1500.00 range with this economy. 5 years ago....2000.00.

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