Item sold on 2018-10-05 - Shipped on 2018-10-23
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This Victorian style desk is a replica of the 1850's original desk used by Charles Dickens to write "Great Expectations" at his estate in Kent, England. The original desk is on display in his study.
This commemorative desk is about 40 years old, signed and numbered #251 with a brass plate by famous maker, Hekman.
Solid mahogany, the top has been revarnished for durability, the rest of the finish is original with only minor mars. Gold tooled leather panels have a few mars. Drawers have solid oak sides with dovetail joints. There is a book gallery plus compartments for pens and inkwells on the top.
Dimensions are 54" wide, 29" deep and 35" tall, the writing surface slopes from 30" to 34" high.
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