This solid old chest was made around the 1930s by a New England cabinet maker who lived in Boston. There are five separate trays that slide from side to side on two separate levels inside the chest giving access to all five and the tools on the bottom, making three levels. It measures 50" x 20" x 20". The corners are dovetailed and the small details inside the lid show the ingenuity of the craftsman. It is made of hardwood and very heavy.
All the tools shown come with the chest. Please note the Sandvik saw; taper ground the whole length and made from best Sandvik alloy charcoal steel.
If you need other photos let me know and I will send them. Not only a nice piece of New England history but a very practical item.
If you wish to arrange pickup then I will ship but it is really an item best suited to local pickup because of the weight.
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