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This gorgeous vintage wooden chest is stunning with rustic details...perfect for display or storing bits and pieces or collectibles. It was previously used for drying cigars after they were rolled. These trunks came into use when cigar production was switched to machines from hand production. In the early 1900s cigars were still rolled by hand in small home and apartment operations and packed in the wood packing boxes.

There are 12 drawers. The size of the chest is 18 1/2" wide by 6 1/4" deep by 9 1/2" high. The drawers measure 16 3/4" x 6 " and they are 1/2" deep.

The drawers stack on top of one another as shown in the second photo. Therefore, when you remove a drawer the entire stack slides down and the removed drawer must be placed back in the space at the top. There is a cutout in the center bottom of the chest to place your hand in order to remove the very bottom drawer.

The metal latches shown in the last photo are for decoration only and are attached to both sides of the chest.

This chest weighs 16 lbs. If you'd like a shipping quote please convo me with your zip code. If you choose to purchase now, the stated shipping price below may be higher than your actual cost in which case I'll refund the overage to you via paypal.

U.S. Shipping rates only apply to the contiguous United States. Please convo me for a quote to Alaska or Hawaii.

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: wood
  • Only ships within United States.
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