This lovely (or at least it will be after a bunch of restoration) mid 20th century Japanese Tea Ceremony Tansu if made of single board pine, burl veneered sliding panel fronts and by appearances, finished in an oil.
It appears to have dowel pins as I can't detect any iron or steel screws. It could of course have brass screws but I suspect dowel pins.
The first proof on the Iron City Tool Works catalog proved to be less than acceptable. I've reworked the pages, created a new interior file, uploaded to Createspace and await word of a new Proof ready for review.
Primarily I had to adjust contrast on each page to overcome the image fadeout that can occur in digital printing of engraved or halftone images. Not the first time this has happened and I'm sure it won't be the last and that is why a Proof is vitally important to a good product!