A large one piece pine cupboard with eighteen panes of glass in the upper two doors. Some of the glass is old, but most panes are newer and one pane is missing. There is evidence that the two shelves originally reached all the way to the front. The shelves are 10" in depth. There is some replacement to the left side of the cornice. The doors are pegged mortise and tenon construction. The doors and side boards are an incredible 1 3/8" thickness. The back boards have the tongue and groove construction and then nailed. The original iron hinges and latch are intact. The portion of each door that comprises glass is 27 3/8" wide and 39 1/8" tall, which makes this a great cupboard to display a collection! This cupboard was originally in a tavern in St Johnsbury, Vermont. Additional photos are attached by the link to the right.
C. Early 19th century, New England
89 1/2" Overall height, 80" Overall width at the cornice. 73 1/4" Width minus the cornice, 26" Depth at the cornice, 23 1/4" Depth minus the cornice, 71 3/4" Interior width, 20 3/8" Interior depth