Warner Brother's Oscar display cabinet, blonde wood. Purportedly from outside the offices of Jack Warner at Warner Brother's studios from 1946 until 1957. [Purportedly purchased from the sale of contents of Warner Brother's Studios in the late 1970s.] This is where, on a yearly basis, any and all Oscars awarded to the studio would be displayed until the following year's award ceremony and then the Oscars would go back to the winner of the Oscar. On wheels, easily loads. It is movable because it has hidden wheels underneath and the wooden cabinet and glass doors all have locks. What a highly unusual and point of conversation this would make in anyone's home or office as a bar! It is in very good condition. 25 inches deep by 38 inches across by 48 inches tall from the floor to the top of the glass. Approximate retail value $8,000 to $10,000.