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Greetings!  I have a Pennsylvania House cherrywood china cabinet which my grandparents bought in the 1950's I believe.  It is in beautiful condition and I would like to get a sense of what it is valued at today.  Any insights and/or opinions about this piece would be much appreciated.  Thanks!  Andy

Hi Andy,

My parents had the same one years ago. I used to get the job of polishing it when I was a kid.
Unfortunately in today's world furniture like this is not appreciated so the value is low.
I place a value of $275. to $300. for it.

Best wishes.

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