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My Sellers cabinet was a housewarming gift to me in the late 1990s. An antique dealer we knew found it at the original owner’s farmhouse estate sale in northern Michigan. The flour bin had been removed, but the rest is intact (including the egg timer, charts, shopping list with movable arrows, recipe holder, bread box, cutting board, ant traps on the feet, etc) I treasure this cabinet and use it daily in my kitchen where it holds my baking supplies. I believe it was made in the early 1920s . I love it!
Purchased mid 1970’s in Brandywine PA. Came with sugar jar. Still has flour vin and sifter. Metal spice rack on left cabinet door. Three drawers lower section with bread drawer.
I found my cabinet in a building that was being torn down. Itwas in really bad shape. I restored it and kept everything original. I have not been able to find any information on it. The label says “Napanee Electrified Kitchenet” Coppes Brothers and Zook, Nappanee, Indiana. On the back “model T7 – B Dinette ” White Satan Finish. I would love to learn more about my cabinet.
Thank you very much
Bought it yesterday. No background known.
1912 No. 2557. Coppes, Zook & Mutschler, Nappanee, Inc. nameplate.
I think it’s a Tippecanoe,not really sure!
Ariel Handy Helper Made in Peru Indianna, this Cabinet is painted a cream and green color has a unique porcelain shelf on the upper cabinet seen in Sellers Klear Front Models.
Marsh Kitchen Cabinet with pull down flour sifter, tambour, Porcelain top, bread drawer, white porcelain table top. This Cabinet was meant to be painted and was a cream color but previously owners stripped cabinet, it is a combination of mixed hard wood and is in very good condition.
Purchased this in 1967 in Westerville, Ohio at a Moving sale. An oak mirror was thrown in with the sale for a whopping $20.