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Old 08-29-2017, 10:49 AM   #1
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Solid Mahogany Chest Humidor for my Brother

This is the humidor I did for my Brother. Solid mahogany, lid compartment above with a drawer below. I liked the original condition of this box. Other than touching up the finish and cleaning it I left it alone.



Finish is a little cloudy on top, and there are some scratches and dings. Antique aficionados call that character.



All opened up in the test phase. I made 2 custom humidifiers. As the two above compartments are under the lid, I'm hoping one will do it for that section. And one for the drawer. I think the top left compartment was probably for cigarettes.




Lid closed on the top left compartment. All the wood appears to be Spanish cedar.




A plunger in the center of the hinge plate locks the drawer when the lid is closed.




A.B.E. The old timers did the engraving by hand. You don't see that fine detail with the engraving machines.


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