When this table was offered to me, nearly 60% of the oak veneer was missing, peeling, or bubbling up on the top and 50% gone on the right side apron. The legs had some splits on the outer surface, which is not uncommon. They did not go far into the surface, so they were not a structural problem. This piece was made by the Gregory Furniture Company during the heyday of wooden furniture manufacturing. The company existed from about 1906, until 1945 when it was sold. This table probably dates from the late 30's or early 40's, so in technical terms not an antique, but most likely near 80 years old.
Despite years of abuse this is a wonderful piece. It is an "almost antique" for someone who might love older furniture but find most out of their price range. Sturdy and built well enough to last another 80 years, dimension are: 30 in tall, 42 in across front and 26 back to front. This would make a great "minimalist" desk, entry way table, library table, or if protected, even a little breakfast nook table.