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Vintage Small Wooden Medicine Cabinet 10" X 13.5" Dovetailed Rv Trailer Boat #1 on

US $69.95

Waldport, Oregon, United States

Waldport, Oregon, United States
Vintage condition
Brand:Unknown Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

This listing is for this used vintage wooden medicine cabinet for a boat or RV. The size is 10" wide X 13 1/2" Tall and 6 1/8" thick. The weight is a little under 7 1/2 pounds. Yes it's well built and could be homemade but I'm not sure. It has one inner shelf with a thick mirror on the door.

Like I said before this is used and it is older. It's being sold in the original condition. It has minor signs of being in a moist area like a bathroom. The piano door hinge has some electrolysis so do the other metal parts. The backing board is slightly convex also. The wood has some signs of age and use but nothing warped or moldy. This box is very solid. I have two of these for sale and I'm selling them As-Is for you to use in the current condition or refurbish in some way.They could be painted or refinished. 

Look close at the pictures and then ask me any questions you may have before making any kind of buying decisions. Shipping is calculated for your location. 

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