This is a vintage, oak Hoosier cabinet made by McDougall of Frankford, Indiana. It features a top cupboard with glass panels in the top of the cabinet doors, copper latches and matching hinges, and a compartment with a roll top with a glass flour canister on a swivel mount. This Hoosier cabinet has a fixed, metal clad work surface, an additional storage cabinet in the base with racks inside the door, three drawers with metal cove pulls and a metal bottom drawer, and small caster wheels. The cabinet separates into two parts for moving.
Please note, the roll-back door to the hutch is broken in two places and will need repair (see photos). It is complete and fits in the tracks but the lower segments are disconnected from the rest of the door.
69" High x 40" Wide x 28" Deep
Top is 36.75" High x 40" Wide x 12" Deep
Bottom is 33" High x 40" Wide x 28" Deep
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