#1. Contemporary Walnut Media Stand Credenza
c.2000 - $175
Two open shelves with pre-drilled holes for wiring. Round, tapered, slanted legs. Center stretchers from each leg with a shelf on top. Perfect for all your media needs.
Very good condition. Dealer 3500
Dimensions: L=18 W=42 H=26.25
#2. Vintage Mid-century Modern Style Low White Laminate and Walnut Credenza
c.1990 - $295
Sleek, low credenza for all your media needs. Open center with shelf and pre-drilled holes in the back for your wiring. Two sliding walnut laminate doors with silver metal pulls. Left side has a shelf inside, right side is open space. Round, tapered walnut legs. Perfect for your living room.
Very good condition. Dealer 18
Dimensions: L=17.75 W=66 H=20.5
#3. Vintage Mid-century Modern Heywood Wakefield Credenza
c.1950 - $495
Dark stained walnut credenza. Has six drawers and a door. One shelf inside the door. Original silver tone hardware. Perfect for your living room or bedroom.
Good condition (shows some wear on top and top edge). Dealer 34
Dimensions: L=19 W=71.75 H=31
#4. Vintage Mid-century Modern Sieling Furniture Co. 9 Drawer Walnut Credenza/Dresser
c.1960 - $475
Three drawers on each side. Match stick wood curved center door with three more drawers inside. Wide stretchers with slanted, tapered, legs attached. Has matching chest and nightstand. Perfect for your living room or bedroom. Very good condition. Dealer MJS
Dimensions: L=21 W=74 H=30.75
*In 1900, Frederick Helb and his sons established the F. Helb and Sons Co., a furniture manufacturing company in Railroad, Pensilvania. This became the Sieling Furniture Co. in 1905. The location of this factory in the southern part of the borough had been the site of a grist mill and distillery for many years. However, with the addition of a manufacturing plant, a small cluster of workers' houses sprang up along South Main Street. The Sieling plant was the borough's sole surviving industry in 1971.
#5. Vintage Mid-century Modern Sylvania Record Player, Stereo, Radio Console
c.1960 - $450
Works! Walnut Console with three faux doors and criss-cross wood that hides the speakers. Record player stereo and AM/FM radio. Perfect for your living room.
Very good condition. Dealer 34
Dimensions: L=17.5 W=50 H=27.5
#6. Vintage Victorian Monumental Heavily Carved Oak Buffet
c.1860 - $4500
Base has two carved drawers and four carved doors. Two center doors have carved faces surrounded by scrolls and fruit. Two side doors have carved leaves and fruit. Two side doors have carved leaves and fruit. All with original brass pulls and locks. Has keys to open doors but does not lock. Bun feet. Top has three tiered shelves with plate racks. Shelf backs have diamond patterned incising with a dot in the middle covering the entire backs with carvings in the center and along the sides. The very top has a carved cherub praying with leaves and fruit. On the top of the cherub is a crown of leaves and fruit. The top shelf has carved dragons on the sides with curled tails. The side cabinets have carved harpies on each side (head and upper torso of a naked woman with wings and claws and an animal lower torso). She has a pedestal shelf on her head. The shelves individually detach and the side cabinets detach, making for an easy move. Newly refinished.
Very good condition (age cracks, worm holes, dents.) Dealer 18
Dimensions: L=23.5 W=90 H=92
#7. Vintage Mid century modern Kent Coffey Perspecta 12 drawer credenza/dresser, c1960.
$1495. Vintage Mid century modern Kent Coffey Perspecta 12 drawer credenza/dresser, c1960.
Gorgeous walnut with rosewood curved handles on the sides. Usually only available in a 9 drawer version. This piece has 12 drawers. Holds everything! 6 drawers in the center with wood and brass pulls. 2 doors on the end open to 3 more drawers each. Arched, tapered legs. Has a matching chest, mirror, and queen size headboard. Perfect for your bedroom or living room. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 77.5” W= 20” H= 31"
*The Kent-Coffey Manufacturing Company was started in 1907 by Harold Coffey in Lenoir, North Carolina. The Kent Coffey company became popular in the 1950s and 60s. They reproduced their most popular furniture due to their reputation for being good quality, durable, and high demand. The company was sold to the Singer Furniture Company (a subsidiary of the company that produced Singer sewing machine). In 1997 their failing furniture division finally collapsed. Sadly the Kent-Coffey division was unable to stay in business after the parent company went under and finally closed its doors in 2001.
#8. SALE! Vintage Mid century modern small walnut credenza, c1960.
Now $250, originally $325. Perfect for a small space! Nice credenza with sliding smoked glass doors. Inside is a shelf on each side. Chrome kick plate on the bottom. Perfect for your living room. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 48.25” W= 14” H= 29.75”
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