This hutch has been in the family since at least the 60s. I inherited it around 1985 and refinished it in the early 2000s. It is oak with a (I believe) a cherry veneer top. Very solid. I can provide more detailed pictures if needed.
Dad had it since the early 60s at least, probably before that. He painted it black and used it has a liquor cabinet for many years. I have had it since the mid 80s and refinished it in the early 2000s.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An American Classical style oak and maple side cabinet
late 19th Century
The rectangular top over a corresponding case with paneled sides fitted with two short drawers over two cabinet doors over a single long drawer, all on scrolled front feet.
39 1/2 inches high, 42 3/4 inches wide, 20 23/4 inches deep
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