We enjoy finding the hard to find file cabinets out there. It seems like everyone is getting the oak ones nowadays (I know I am), but I very rarely find mahogany ones. This one is by the king of file cabinets, Library Bureau Sole Makers. This one has a very unusual drawer configuration. It has three standard drawers in the base that all sport the brass hardware. We put the knobs on the front because the threaded rods are always gone, so we put the knobs so that it looks politically correct. We had to put the new index card on the top as the old ones were all bent. It retains the original Library Bureau Sole Makers plaque that is always on the front. This cabinet dates from the 1900s to 1910s. The cool thing about the Library Bureau, a lot of people do not realize this, but it is one of the only file cabinets that has the finished backs to match the finished sides. It is truly a high quality piece. You can actually leave these out in the middle of a room or in a hallway as it does not have to be put against a wall. This cabinet has been stripped, sanded, stained a rich luxurious mahogany stain and the brass has been slightly hand buffed so it is ready for years of enjoyment. The overall size is 17.5 wide, wide, 27 inches deep and 51.5 inches high. The size of the three standard drawers are 14 inches wide by 11 inches high on the face. The two top drawers are 14 inches wide by 5.5 inches high, which would be great for cd’s, dvd’s, card collections or whatever you desire. I know the sliders work well as some of them had to be rebuild with new wooden replacements.