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A curio cabinet is a specialised type of display case, made predominantly of glass with a metal or wood framework, for presenting collections of curios, like figurines or other interesting objects that invoke curiosity, and perhaps share a common theme. A curio cabinet may also be used to display a solitary object of special interest, such as a hand-crafted doll.
While display cases for presenting products for sale (such as jewelry) are typically horizontal with a surface covered in felt, a curio cabinet is usually vertical with no felt. Most curio cabinets have glass on each side, glass shelves, and optionally a mirror at the back, to maximize visibility.
Another purpose of a curio cabinet is to protect the value of a collection, which it does by preventing contact by dust and vermin. For added security, a locked door or removable panel allows the collection to be seen, while protecting it from damage and theft.
I have for sale a very nice corner curio cabinet in cherry finish. It is lighted and comes with 3 adjustable glass shelves. Excellent condition, just dusty from storage (I'll clean it for you!).
Cabinet is in storage in Ephrata, WA. I can't deliver, but I can help load it in...
I'm listing my Remington 03-A3 30.06 rifle. It is a wartime production gun, built in 1943. Super nice shooter. Rifling is decent, but not fantastic. It might clean up better with some lead-away or something. 2 groove barrel, that is correct to the gun. No import marks. Im open to reasonable...
I have a Garand that I am looking to sell. It is nearly 100% correct in the trigger group (lot numbers...ect) but the barrel is stamped 4/66. It is a Blue Sky import. Bore isn't great, but is shootable. I haven't shot it in about a decade, but it was putting decent groups together out to 300...