07:38AM | 09/06/08
Member Since: 09/05/08
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My husband and I recently bought a 1954 home and we are remodeling our kichen. We have the metal Geneva cabinets in our kitchen and we would like to remove and sell them. There are 7 base cabinets with 2 of those being the drawer cabinets and 1 is a curved corner cabinet. There are 14 upper cabinets in which 3 are the curved corner cabinets and 1 is a lazy susan. We also have 1 pantry cabinet and 2 small over the frig. cabinets. We have been looking at some of these on the net to see what they are worth. We have seen some Geneva cabinets but none like ours with the curved cabinets or the amount of cabinets that we have. If anyone out there could let us know what these are worth it would be much appreciated! The cabinets are in good condition with a few small dents and very little rust!


07:36PM | 09/09/08
Member Since: 09/08/08
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Hi, I don't know anything about worth but are interested in selling these cabinets?

I am building a new house and would love to have Geneva cabinets in my new kitchen. What color are they? If you are interested in selling would you mind sending me pictures?





12:36AM | 09/10/08
Member Since: 09/09/08
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I do not know the value, but would be interested in buying depending on your decision as to price and your location. Thank you, Jim McRoy, Massachusetts


01:14PM | 09/10/08
Member Since: 09/05/08
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These cabinets are located in IL. As far as an asking price we are still working on that. We have been looking on e-bay and other places. We are also going to call a couple of places to find out. My husband seems to think 3,000.00 would be a close estimate on what we have seen so far.


08:22AM | 09/27/08
Member Since: 09/26/08
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I have been picking up pieces here and there that I need to expand my Geneva kitchen and I need one upper coner cabinet. Would you consider parting out and selling me that one. I am unsure if these have sold and I am located in St. Louis. You can reach me at 314-757-0366. Thanks!


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