Item sold on 2018-02-01 - Shipped on 2018-02-02
Shipper: PLYCON (708-339-8805)
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A stacking lawyer's or barrister's bookcase from the very early 1900's is quarter sawn oak with leaded glass doors, the label fragment is from "Globe Wernicke of Cincinnati, Ohio" and a "Macey" stamp as well.
The restored deep finish is in excellent condition on this American made antique library or office furniture. There is a drawer in the base. Top and base sections are also separate stacking modules.
Two sections fit books up to 10" wide and 9 1/2" tall, one section up to 10" tall and one up to 12." Overall size is 34" wide, 13" deep and 58" tall.
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