SOLD! for $2,040.00.
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Shenandoah Valley of Virginia fylfot tin pie safe in black/green paint, cherry primary and yellow pine secondary. Rectangular top over two hinged doors each with four larger fylfot punched tin panels over two smaller fylfot punched tin panels. Each side of the case with the repeating fylfot punched tin pattern. Interior with two fixed shelves. Case rests on tall turned legs transitioning to ring turnings and ball spike feet. Tins with traces of dark green paint. 54 3/4"H x 51 3/4"W x 22 1/2"D. Mid 19th century. The collection of Dr. Robert and Diana Marsh, Lawrenceville, Georgia. Condition: Scattered losses to painted surface, abrasions to corners of stiles of safe, oxidation and rusting of tins on the lower right and left side, minor losses to left side lower tins and the tins on the front lower left door.