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06/25/2017 08:18 PM
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OLD WOODEN TELEPHONE BENCH (PAINTED)
Age. More than 25 years old
Composition. Hard wood
Size. 29” high x 28” wide x 17” deep
Rating: 8
Comments. Get ready to chat it up on your Princess phone with this vintage telephone bench. It has a small armrest table on one side with storage for the phonebook below and lots of turned features. It has fancy cut skirt panels as well as a ¾ arm on one side. The black paint has wear, shade variations in only a few small scratches/rates. This item is in good, sturdy shape with no breaks having normal use wear, has some minor wood wear, shallow wood dents/grooves has some soiling and could use a little re-gluing to tighten it up. Needs a little work but when done it’s ready to catch up on all the local neighborhood gossip with all the mongers. You’ll be wishing for the old party lines this one.

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