Item sold on 2018-07-31 - Shipped on 2018-08-08
Shipper: RICK HILL (336-848-1214)
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A pair of lawyer's or barrister's stacking bookcases from about 1900 are quarter sawn oak, signed by famous maker, "Globe Wernicke of Cincinnati, Ohio."
The tops have been revarnished for durability, the rest of the finish is original with minor touchups and in very fine condition.
Most glass panes are original and wavy. Four sections plus separate tops and bases stack securely together on this American made antique library or office furniture. Coppery patinated hardware is original.
Two top sections hold books up to 9 1/2" wide and 8 1/2" tall, lower sections up to 10" and 12" tall.
Overall size is 34" wide, 12" deep and 58" tall.
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