I had a minute so I got the second frame glued (and roughly cleaned up). Here is where they are right now.
Next up is scraping and sanding, then routing a chamfer on the front and rabbet on the back for the glass. My older daughter got a hold of the first frame and decided to have some fun with it.
Just as a point of interest . . . this fixture is on the door so I have small magnets that catch the heads and hold them firm. I don't normally swing the door open at high speed but, I also don't want a square hitting the concrete ;-)
I have little to add but "ooh, that is nice!" So I'll add that! I don't quite have enough hand tools to justify such a cabinet, but if I did, I'd aspire to such a nice cabinet as these on display here!
@gee-dub thanks for the details. You've obviously put in s lot of thought. I don't have my tool collection completed yet by any means, so I'll have to leave some flexibility.
@Robby W I'm not too worried about reaching the cabinet. I'm 6' 1" with arms on the longer so while the very top may be a stretch over a bench, it shouldn't be a problem. I'm also OK with having more occasional storage at the top.