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I have a Broyhill 1970's 2 piece oak china cabinet made by Lenoir Chair Co. in good condition. The china cabinet 80" tall; 56" wide; the bottom portion is 14" deep and the top section is 13" deep. It has two glass shelves and lots of storage.

Can you advise me as to whether or not this is an antique or what the worth might be? Also, what places that I might sell these items to?




First rule, antiques are 100 years old.

Your china cabinet is not an antique. Perhaps made in the 1970 time period time
and a value of $150. to $200. on a good day.

For selling this item you can try Craig's List.

Good Luck,

George E. Harrison III

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