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18TH C. NEW ENGLAND HIGHBOY

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Lot 1124 Details

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Colonial Era Two-Part Cherry Highboy, pine secondary, probably Upper Connecticut Valley, having a flat molded top, three over four graduated molded edge drawers in the long upper cabinet, three side by side drawers in the squat lower cabinet, retaining the original Chippendale brasses, raised on four boldly carved cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet, 68" x 39" x 22 1/2" at the knees. Very good condition.
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18TH C. NEW ENGLAND HIGHBOY

Estimate $2,000 - $3,000Aug 29, 2020
Starting Price $1,000
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