I do think it's an older one but hard to tell from the pictures. The wood seems to have some age and patina and the escutcheon (keyhole) looks older. A picture of the side of a drawer might help, but I think it was made in the early 1900's. So, it may still have machine cut dovetails. I agree that it is worth keeping and trying to find a way to fit it in. But if it must go, don't accept less than $300. You can't get a new one that nice for anywhere near $300. The feet can be repaired or replaced.