Lot 34    

Shaker Cherry Wall Cupboard,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
attributed to Pleasant Hill Community, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, ca 1840-1850, with poplar secondary wood. Two paneled doors over two aligned drawers above paneled doors, resting on arched bracket feet; 84" high x 48" wide x 13.5" deep.

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Property of the Kettering-Moraine Museum, Dayton ,Ohio
Sold: $11,162.50
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