Vintage kitchen cabinet/sink

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Sudo, Sep 26, 2023.

  1. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    Good morning! I'm hoping for some help in finding more information and perhaps a great starting price to list the vintage barn find I recently acquired. I've only been able to find two articles talking about the exact kitchen combo I have.

    A link to mine -

    Mine is going to need some TLC as it's been buried in the back of a barn for who knows how many years. Thank you in advance, I appreciate it!
  2. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    where r u
    where will u be listing it
    will u provide packing and shipping

    living near a big city will increase your chances of a good pay day , although I for one am unaware of just where the best market is for a roached metal kitchen matter how rare.

    Good luck !
  3. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    I'm in the process of remodeling the new house that this was purchased with, so I haven't had the time to clean it up and truly look at the condition. Aside from the "roached" filled metal kitchen cabinet, I don't live near a city. I'd be listing it on Ebay or someplace similar and shipping and packaging would be included with a fee. I'm attempting to gauge a price range. I understand that this would need to be matched with the condition of the cabinet, but I'm just trying to get a starting place.
  4. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    Ooops, sorry...... roached it a term often used on American Pickers by mike Wolfe to describe metal items that have fallen into disrepair over time from being left out in the weather or buried or having sat in an actual barn for many decades.

    I did not mean to suggest that your item was filled with cockroaches...
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  5. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    As it is 2023 and many members here will not open links from new members we do not yet know.......maybe u could post actual photo's of your item .

    You might want to copy and save this for reference for a helps when you're new!!!:rolleyes:

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  6. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    Sorry about that, I'm pretty new to the forum. I should have brushed up on those things before hand haha. I'll post a few photos from the two posts I did find as well as post a photo of my cabinet itself in just a moment. Thank you!
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  7. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    [​IMG]One of the articles

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  8. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    [​IMG]My cabinet before cleaning*

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  9. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    Another article

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  10. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    No worries friend..............

    an interesting item !!!
  11. silverbell

    silverbell Well-Known Member

    Look at that nice big sink!!

    Just got a magazine today with a picture of a lovely new kitchen in someone's home. The colors are lovely, but the sink... It's one of those two parters, and even a luncheon plate couldn't sit flat on the bottom!
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  12. Sudo

    Sudo New Member

    So I reached out to a local museum where these were made and sold and they've never seen this model either... This is getting difficult to track down haha.
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  13. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    unusual items , can be a good thing !!:happy::playful::playful:
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