Probably the largest Pipe Box I have ever seen: a hanging Pipe Box with shaped edges, dovetailed drawer and built-in rack, this box dates to the early/middle of the 19th century. There were mumbles, when I got it, that it was Shaker made; I can’t prove or refute that, except to say that the dovetailing on the drawer is the finest I have ever seen. And it is also only the second one I have seen with a built-in pipe rack to keep the pipes upright (and the other one was in a photo on-line). The box is 21 ½” high, 7 ½” wide and 6” deep. The drawer is about 4” high. Original painted surface and no breaks, cracks, etc, only a very thin, short split on the front (UR — see photo). Some minor wear, from use, Good color and what appears to be the original brass knob. I didn’t know they made Pipe Boxes double-wide!