SOLD! for $1,121.00.
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Middle Tennessee plantation or postmaster desk, walnut with poplar secondary wood. Flat top section with triple panel hinged fall front, opens to provide writing surface and reveals an interior fitted with two banks each with 10 small pigeonholes, flanking a bank of three short drawers over an open compartment, with shelved compartments on each side. Lower table section has three dovetailed drawers and ring and tapered turned legs. 60"h x 64"W x 24"D overall (top section 29-1/2"H x 61"W). Provenance: Collection of Ann and Bob Street, Nashville, Tennessee, by descent to Ann from her aunt and uncle, Walter and Huldah Cheek Sharp of Cheekwood; descended through Walter's family. CONDITION: Scratch/stain, about 1"L, and abrasion to far right panel, other scattered abrasions, far left drawer needs pull reattached, original hinges,