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Early Sullivan County, Tennessee pie safe on Sheraton legs, intricately punched tins. The use of tiger maple for the upper case is a rare feature for East Tennessee safes. Old dry surface, original brass pulls, dovetailed drawers. Tiger maple and maple primary, poplar secondary. Condition – minor insect damage to back boards, wear to drawer sides, overall excellent condition for age. 40 1/2" width x 51 1/2" height x 18 1/2" depth. Second quarter of the 19th century. Provenance – descended from the family of the current Lieutenant Governor of Tennessee, Ron Ramsey, Sullivan County.