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Thread: Is this worth it?

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    Super Member JUNEC's Avatar
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    Does anyone have this type cabinet?

    http://tampa.craigslist.org/pnl/atq/2249935692.html

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    I've never seen one like it.... I Love it.....and to my way of thinking.. as long as it is not damaged or wobbly.. any table should be worth $40~!

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    Just as a vintage table it should be well worth 40 bucks!

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    I would pay that!

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    If you haven't already done so, go get it!!! Definitely worth the $40 asking price. What a steal!!!!!

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    Ditto to what everyone else has said!

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    If you like it .. its worth it.

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    yes :)

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    That is a lovely cabinet and a great price.

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    Ask if it's an "Ethan Allen" piece.
    I think it's worth the price.

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    I've seen one before, would surely be worth the money. Good for you.

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    Oh I think it is beautiful! I'd snap it up in a heart beat!

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    Jump on it!!!!!!!!

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    Are you still here?

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    That looks alot like an old telephone table that my grandma had her old black rotary dial phone on. The bottom drawer was used for the phone book and the top drawer was for the note pads and pens and her address book.

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    I'd but it! I bought one like this from an antique store for $125 and was thrilled to get it. Mine is a sewing cabinet.

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    sure hope you bought it. good deal

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    I have the EXACT one - on Long Island, NY -- It belonged to my grandparents who bought most of their furniture in Macy's in 1918.
    It's a nice small piece, but the drawers are so roomy and open/close easily. Hope you got it - enjoy!

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    I don't have one like that, but I do have a cabinet with 3 drawers in it. I use it every time I sew. I keep all sorts of things in there including my collection of feet for my Bernina. I just reach to my left, pull out the drawer and everything is at my fingertips.

    It's just a little lower than my sewing table and when I'm quilting a big quilt on the machine, I pull it over to my left side and it helps hold up the quilt for me.

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    grab that sucker....

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    Did you get it??

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    I have seen a table like that before, never knew it was a sewing table. If it's in good condition, it is well worth the $40.

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    June, that's a gorgeous table!! I hope you got it!

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    Hope you got it!! It looks like a Duncan Phyfe.

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    No but it is coollll

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