Item sold on 2019-04-28 - Shipped on 2019-06-07
Shipper: PLYCON (708-339-8805)
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A superlative quarter sawn oak five stack lawyer's or barrister's bookcase dates from about 1905, and was made by famous maker, "Globe Wernicke of Cinn., Ohio," but the signature labels were lost when the interior was refinished. Doors have original wavy panes.
The deep restored finish is in excellent condition, preserving a few shrinkage separations from age, see photos. The base and top are also separate interlocking sections on this American made antique library or office furniture. Coppery patinated hardware is original.
Sections will accommodate books up to 9 1/2" wide, four sections up to 10" tall and one up to 12" tall.
Overall size is 34" wide, 12" deep and 74" tall.
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