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    Default Help Identifying 1960's Lane Cabinet/Hutch

    I recently purchased a 1960's Lane MCM Danish record cabinet and hutch from a seller on CL. I purchased it because I had been looking for a tilt out record cabinet. I was going to pass on the hutch but the guy said it was a package deal. I'm really glad now that he did. The pieces were nice, but covered in dust and looked pretty rough. I brought them home and cleaned them up and could not believe how nice they were. The hutch appeared to be some sort of entertainment cabinet with shelves and record slots. I decided to keep the hutch and converted into stereo cabinet by gently removing the doors and hardware. I was also able to remove the record dividers, which easily slid out as if they were meant to do so.

    The flip front record cabinet is easily identifiable as they are fairly common and readily found on the internet. The hutch, however, is another story. After months of searching and consulting with a couple of experts, I've not been able to locate any information about the piece. The style number is 2652 77 and it was manufactured in 1968. Google searches with this information have yielded no useful information. I was told by one expert that these pieces are extremely rare as he believed they were a special-order item from Lane. I'm hoping someone can help me identify this piece and possibly provide more information

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Help Identifying 1960's Lane Cabinet/Hutch

    You have a style number and manufacturer, what more identification and information are you looking for?

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    Default Re: Help Identifying 1960's Lane Cabinet/Hutch

    Quote Originally Posted by Danw99 View Post
    You have a style number and manufacturer, what more identification and information are you looking for?
    Good morning Dan. I was hoping someone could provide me with the name of the line and what the piece is (e.g. entertainment armoire, hutch, etc.). I'm ultimately trying to determine the value.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Help Identifying 1960's Lane Cabinet/Hutch

    Lane brand is production furniture and will not have any collectible value.
    Duane Collie
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