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Early 19th century Cumberland County North Carolina open top Pewter Cupboard with original blue and white paint, ever thing is original including the beautiful mushroom knob, and spinner. circa 1820-1840 Measurements are: 37" 1/2 wide 16" deep 77 1/2" tall

attributed to the Ralph family of cabinet makers, Sussex County, Delaware, 1800-1820, poplar and pine, single-case construction, two glazed doors with interior valance with pierced fylfot spandrels and polychrome decoration over two paneled doors, original cornice and feet, all with remarkable original blue, yellow, red and white paint decoration, undisturbed backboards with cut nails, 77-1/2 x 55-1/2 x 23-1/2 in., excellent condition overall with original dry painted surface,

BEAUTIFUL!!!! ---RARE RED PAINTED DIMINUTIVE CANT-BACK PEWTER CUPBOARD, NEW ENGLAND, circa 1740. H 72.5 in. W 43 in. D 18.5 in.

New England Grain Painted Stepback Cupboard first half 19th century, two piece form, featuring two raised paneled doors above an open shelf, the base with conforming single door, shelved interior. 76 x 43 x 19.25 in.

COUNTRY PAINTED PINE CHIMNEY CUPBOARD, upper and lower single doors, each set with four raised panels and concealing two fixed shelves, applied top and base moldings. Old dry painted surfaces. 19th century. 81" H, 38" W, 19" D. Fair condition with moderate wear, one top molding detached but present, interior shelves with staining. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Nicholas de Belleville Katzenbach, Princeton, New Jersey.

Early 19th century Cumberland County North Carolina open top Pewter Cupboard with original blue and white paint, ever thing is original including the beautiful mushroom knob, and spinner. circa 1820-1840 Measurements are: 37" 1/2 wide 16" deep 77 1/2" tall

North Carolina Chippendale cupboard, walnut wall cupboard with yellow pine secondary, two paneled doors opening to shelved interior, original butt hinges, attributed to North Carolina, late 18th/early 19th century, 72-1/2 x 39 x 19 in.Literature: George Neumann, Early American Antique Country Furnishings: Northeastern America 1650-1800, American Legacy Press, 1984.

PAINTED FLATWALL CUPBOARD. Probably southern Indiana, mid-19th century, poplar with old worn blue over earlier yellow. One-piece cupboard, nicely detailed with bold cornice, original square wood knobs, chamfered corners, and scalloped skirt. 78"h. 47 1/2"w. 20 1/2"d.

PENNSYLVANIA PAINT-DECORATED SOFTWOOD DUTCH CUPBOARD, in two sections, top with a cove-molded cornice and applied match-stick frieze above two fixed open shelves, base with applied edge moldings above three lip-molded drawers and two fielded-panel doors, the whole raised on an applied base and ogee bracket feet. Late 18th/early 19th century. 79 1/2" HOA, 37" H base, 58" WOA. Good restored condition, cracks to cornice moldings, center drawer with some losses to lip moldings.

One piece step back cupboard . the molded crest with scalloped apron above two open shelves, the box base with two drawers over a pair of raised paneled doors. 76.5 high, x 39.5 wide, x 19.5 deep