W169 (LD) Early 19th century New England ten drawer Apothecary Chest early green paint over the original blue, wonderful blacksmith made heart shaped hardware, One board square head nail construction. The dividers between each drawer is beaded,found in CT. circa 1800 - 1820
C151 Late 19th century Pigon Holes with the original mustard paint the dividers are mortised into the sides ,a small compartment
Sold! A246 19th century Pennsylvania paint decorated Sewing Box ; with two square head nailed drawers with knobs and retaining the original red painted surface with pinstripe decoration and “WHB” painted on top surface,
C482 19th century New England Apothecary with apple green paint, Mid 19th with Thirty-six dovetailed drawers , with square head nail case, circa 1850.
C513 Seven Drawer Spice Cabinet circa 1880 six small drawers over one large drawer in simple nail construction with old red surface
Y301 Early 19th century Pennsylvania wonderful sizes and drawer layout, with graduate drawers. old true mustard paint over the original red. Square head nails construction, the dividers for the drawers are mortised through the top. circa 1820 - 1840
A77 Late 19th Century hanging set of drawers in Original Dry oyster white paint Special features include the dovetailed drawer dividers the decorative lollipop hanger above "angle wings"
C433 Late 19th century twelve drawers New England Country Store Apothecary, with origial red paint, wire nail construction
A458 Early 19th century Virginia Apothecary,(1800 -1820) with original red paint , dovetailed drawers , and case, the wood is southern heart pine, walnut drawer fronts, one board construction including the back
SOLD B220 Late 19th century twelve drawer Apothecary Chest, unusual form having a single door on one side, square head nail construction, in the original mustard paint.
SOLD J430 Early 19th century New England 30 drawer Apothecary, with the original pewter gray paint, it has a dovetailed case, the drawers are nailed construction with square head nails, the drawers dividers are mortised , circa 1820