Thank you for getting back to me Deena.
That is not a problem at all. Though it is difficult to tell from the stain, the china cabinet appears to be mahogany.
Your china cabinet is an example of sesquicentennial furniture produced in the late 1920's to very early 1930's.
In 1926 Americans celebrated a 150 year anniversary. During this time furniture producers and decorators were competing to produce pieces reticent of the country's existence. Your china cabinet combines the French Rococo style with early American classical styles using early 20th century production techniques.
Taking into account the condition, you would be looking at a resale value of 550-650USD.
If the piece were a bit more cleaned up and the damages were repaired, you maybe closer to 1000-1200USD.
Big pieces take the right buyer in the current market, but the piece has a bit of flair to it that a lot of the sesquicentennial pieces were are seeing come out of estates lack.
I hope this information was helpful to you today.
Best of luck with your vintage china cabinet.
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