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I have this piece from white fine furnishings that has a desk built in
It looks like mohaganey veneer
I would like to know how old it is  and how much it's worth
It has all the original hardware
It has this number on back 510. 959
Does have some scratches and wear

Hi Irene,

Your White Credenza looks to have been built in the 1940's.

Pieces of this form are not desirable in today's marketplace.
Therefore, in it's present condition I place as value of $125. to $175.

Best wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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