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Cherry display cabinet
Credit Glenn Davis

Cherry display cabinet


Cherry display cabinet with curly maple raised panel back and bulletin board, mortise and tenon doors, pegged construction


Glenn Davis
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Beautiful display case!



Looks like it's in a school. Where abouts in N. PA. are you? I'm down near Gettysburg.

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Never been up that far. Had a friend who flew a Piper Apache and he took me to Lock Haven a couple of times and been to the Clearfield county Fair once.


Looks like you guys are getting your share of rain today!

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We have been getting everyone's share of rain and snow( previously). It's time they take some!

We are another hour and half northwest of Lockhaven.  Best place in the world for cherry. Most all of it goes to China.

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