It’s hard to find anything that screams, “Hey, it’s a $1,000,000 cabinet!”: The cabinet that came with the Macys was a gift from the family of a wealthy American investor who died when he was 80.
But, after the Macies sold it, it was used as an outlet for $500k in junk that has since fallen into disrepair, according to a new report by Fox News.
The piece of furniture, which measures just 1.5 by 2.5 feet, was built in 1954 and has a price tag of more than $1 million.
Fox News obtained an email from the Macy’s family to the Fox News crew in which the family explained that they had decided to sell the cabinet to a buyer for $100k and hoped to make it a “one-of-a-kind.”
The cabinet was the subject of an auction, but after bidding was completed, the family decided to keep it.
The family said they had already made the decision to sell it because they had “no plans to sell” it, according the report.
It’s unclear why the family thought the cabinet was worth so much money, but the article suggests that the decision was driven by the family’s financial condition.
The Macys cabinet is currently in storage, the report notes.
But the family isn’t the only one who bought it.
Fox’s report notes that in 2006, a buyer of a $400,000 Macys outlet cabinet found it “almost unrecognizable” and then sold it.
Another buyer bought the cabinet and then had it refurbished.
A third buyer sold the cabinet in 2011 for $250k.
The cabinet’s story may be similar to the one told by a similar cabinet on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, which is currently on the market.
The Museum of Modern Art, which recently added a second piece of Macys furniture to its collection, has sold more than 1,300 pieces of the furniture since it opened in 2001.
The gallery says that most of the pieces are from private collections and have never been displayed before.
But one of the Macades is in the collection of the National Museum of American History.
The museum says that it does not own the cabinet.