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05/17/2022 08:16 AM
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OLD OAK 2-SECTION STACKING BOOKCASE


Rating: 7
Comments.  Made of solid oak/oak veneer this stacking bookcase measures 35” high, 34 ¼” wide, 14 ¼” deep as shown and is more than 80 years old. It consists of a removable top, a pair of stacking sections with glass panel doors that slide into their top for access with an 11” high interior and a fancy base section. The woods original finish has wear, fine crazing, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has a few small, shallow wood dents and soiling. There is a slightly raised veneer section on the top and raised veneer sections as well as missing pieces on the back boards of the stacking sections as seen in our photo. Need some work but when done you’ll have a fancy place to showcase your antique books or favorite collectibles.


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