Rare and unusual American Victorian walnut sideboard attributed to Daniel Pabst of Philadelphia circa 1865. The central two doors with relief carving depicting Aesop's fables, outer two doors with stylized floral and leaf carving. All four doors are separated by stylized lion faces with open mouths. The bottom of one drawer bears an inscription that reads Southern Tea Room Color Sample." Ht: 90" Width: 87.5" Depth: 24.5" ***PLEASE NOTE: All property shall be paid for by the purchaser within five (5) business days of the sale. Kamelot Auctions accepts cash (In house only), personal checks, certified checks and money orders. We do not accept credit cards under any circumstances. Please note our policy regarding payments from International buyers: The only acceptable method of payment is a bank wire/bank transfer. For invoices more than $1000, there is no additional fee for this service. For invoices less than $1000, please include an additional $25 wire fee. We will be happy to forward our bank wiring information after the completion of the auction. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. All purchases must be removed within 15 business days after an auction. Property not removed from our facility after 15 business days will be moved to an off-site storage facility at a charge of $10.00 per day payable by the buyer. Kamelot does NOT provide shipping services or estimates. However, we recommend the following independent shipping services: Antique Transport at email@example.com, Farren Transport at firstname.lastname@example.org or Atlantic Shipping at email@example.com for quotations and shipping arrangements for furniture and other large items that would require a blanket wrap shipping company. For quotations and shipping arrangements for smaller items that would traditionally be shipped through UPS, please contact The UPS Store at firstname.lastname@example.org or The Packaging Store at email@example.com. Clients are welcome to pick up their items from our location or make their own shipping arrangements."