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Would any one have information on this what i think is a very old buffet.

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Furniture11475 of 140191930's Frank Betz Co. "WHITECRAFT" medical cabinetHowe & Rogers Co. tag on back but dont know the maker or age?
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    Posted 10 years ago

    mike101
    (95 items)

    Would any one have information on this what i think is a very old buffet.
    The only information is stenciled numbers on the back.
    No real maker on this item, only stenciled numbers on the back.

    Any help identifying the maker and date would be great.

    Thank you for any help.

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    Comments

    1. mike101, 10 years ago
      Forgot to mention the bottom drawer is one big drawer not two as it looks.
    2. AmberRose AmberRose, 10 years ago
      It is really nice. Guessing 1940s??? Great size, lovely wood.
    3. mike101, 10 years ago
      any idea of the style or wood?
    4. mike101, 9 years ago
      Thank you ....so would this be Baker furniture ?
    5. Jezzer, 9 years ago
      Not necessarily Baker, but if it was you'd have a real gem. Regardless, it is known as "Depression-era" furniture (although the style actually runs from the 1910s to the 1940s).

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