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The piece in the picture has markings from Warsaw Furn. Co. #624.

I assumed it's a reproduction of an earlier cabinet. My questions are: Am I correct? When was it probably made? What would be it's current value given that it's in pretty good shape and it has a nice fold out desktop and cubbies.

Hi Keith,

Yes, you are correct, this is a reproduction breakfront that was most likely produced
in the late 1930's to 1940's. Breakfronts aware not so popular today as they were years
ago effecting their resale values.

I place a range of $500. to $700. on this piece.

Best Wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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