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Not sure about this one. Bought from an antique dealer who bought in Europe, restored them, and sold them to another dealer. This was in a rough state when I got it. It looked like it had some termite damage. I sanded it down. I would like to fully restore, but don't know much about it except it may be a German night stand. Anyone have a clue about the origin, what kind of wood it may be, and how to restore to its natural state?

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Hi Julie, I'm certainly no expert, but I've been pretty sucessful by going by style, wood and size. Just mho here. But I'd guess 1900, American Pine. Maybe PA or more Eastern area. ( Many PA dutch/German immigrants from that time and era, so we might be on to something! Good luck!

Thanks!

Danish pine but could be from anywhere in N. EU. We've sold hundreds in pine from Denmark but all nat6ions made peasant pine pieces.

Thanks!

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