Of joined construction, the corner posts extending under the chest to form angled cut feet, with all sides and hinged lid paneled.
The interior is fitted with a lidded till.
Entirely of pine retaining an old or original chrome yellow stained surface.
A rare form of chest to have been made in the 19th century, most American joined chests were made in the late 17th or early 18th century.
In excellent condition.
Probably New York State.
H. 27 1/2″, w. 43″, d. 20 1/2″.