We have come across a small table with a copper lined drawer. On the top of the table is holders for poker chips and playing cards. In the center top portion of the table is a cubby hole. The piece has carvings on it. We were told it's a humidor, but wondering when about the time it may have been made, and is it in fact a humidor.
Most of them were made in the Depression. Since people couldn't afford "big" furniture, manufacturers took to making "small" furniture to get by.