The antique drawer from the 1950s that is currently up for auction in New York City, will fetch as much as $100.
The drawer, which is made by the maker of the original furniture, was a great piece of furniture when it was first made, but the condition of the drawer, and the price tag it fetches, makes it more than just a cool accessory.
It also illustrates how a piece of modern design can go up in price in a short time.
It was made by German furniture maker Ludwig and is believed to have been one of the first pieces of furniture to feature a removable sideboard.
It came with a sideboard, which has a fold-down drawer.
But after it was made, it began to get bent and warped, so it was replaced with a smaller drawer with a foldable top.
The two-dimensional model also has an antique chess set.
The cabinet, however, is not up for sale because it is a rare piece of the 1920s.
The antique furniture is also a rare find in India, and it is considered to be one of more than 30 antique objects in the collection of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), which is housed at the National Museum of India in New Delhi.
The collection was acquired by ASI in 2006 after the ASI was set up by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was then India’s chief minister.
The ASI had no official mandate to manage the collection.
However, the ASIs own collections, which include items from more than 3,500 different countries, including many items from the United States, have seen a rise in the number of antique items being offered for sale in India.
However a lot of the items in the ASIC collections are not being sold for the same price in India as they are in the United Kingdom, Australia and Europe.
This is because India is a very expensive country in terms of buying and selling antiquities, said Nita Sridharan, associate curator at ASI.
She said that because of the high demand for antique items, ASI has no formal control over the sale of its collections.
She said ASI’s collections include items like the Mughal throne, the Taj Mahal, the British Queen Elizabeth II’s throne, and many more items that are not currently sold for sale.
The ASI collects the rarest and most valuable items from around the world and works out a price for each item, and that is then used to decide the final price that the museum can sell them at.
The sale of the collection is not sanctioned by the government, so there is no official price tag on the items.
But the museum has been selling the items for a while now, and has even offered to sell the furniture for the highest price possible.
The current price tag is around Rs 10 lakh, which may seem a bit low to most, but Sridharaan said that the price will rise as time goes by.
The museum has also offered the collection to private collectors who can buy the items, and Sridhanan said there is a possibility that private collectors may bid for the items now.
Sridharam said that, with the increase in demand for items that aren’t available in the market, the museum may soon have to sell some of its antique items.
She also said that there are some people who have been saving up to buy the collection and sell it off at auction.
Sridhaman said it was not the museum’s intention to sell any of the objects for the current price, but said that if the sale goes on, it would be a shame if it did not sell the collection for the lowest price possible for the collection, which would be the current auction price.