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Youngstown Cabinets, Baltimore, MD - $500
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Post# 775294   8/4/2014 at 01:42 (2,068 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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I contacted the seller in hopes this was a set of St. Charles.  I think they're Youngstown, but it appears the handles have been swapped out on some.  I asked the seller if it was okay to share the pictures.  They were available as of 2 days ago.


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I am doing some renovating to my home. I took out the existing cabinets and am offering them for sale. $500 for the set or best offer. The details are as follows:

1 7' height x 21" wide x 13" deep
1 sink base 48" height x 3' wide x 23.5" deep plus the sink itself.
2 30" height x 27" wide x 13" deep
2 18" height x 2' wide x 13" deep
2 3' height x 18" wide x 2' deep
1 30" height x 21" wide x 13" deep

All cabinets are white and in working order. If you would like pictures, I can provide. Serious replies only.
Of course you must come and get them yourself.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO bluejay's LINK on Baltimore Craigslist

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Post# 775403 , Reply# 1   8/4/2014 at 17:27 (2,068 days old) by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

I can't say whether on not it's true in this case, but Youngstown used pulls like those shown on the sink cabinet until sometime in '53, when they introduced the wing shaped ones more commonly seen.

I know this because I remember my mom talking about how when they got the Youngstown cabinets sometime in '53, they had to order some pulls to change out the ones that arrived with the older style.

Post# 775408 , Reply# 2   8/4/2014 at 17:55 (2,068 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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I actually prefer them over the boomerang shaped handles.  It's also harder to find that pantry cabinet.  I really want a St. Charles kitchen though.  Of course, I would need to find space to house the cabinets for about 4 or 5 years as I'm nowhere near ready for a remodel.

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