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01/19/2019 08:26 PM
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MID CENTURY HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD CORNER BOOKCASE

Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 32 ½” high x 28” wide/deep
Rating: 8
Comments. Made by Heywood Wakefield of solid maple this corner bookcase has a pair of removable shelves with rounded edges that are held in place by metal pins. It has mini oval legs and rounded corners on its edges. The original finish has wear, a few small missing spots, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This bookcase is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, a few small, shallow wood dents and has some soiling/stains. Give it a polish and this one’s ready to hold your favorite smalls or vintage books. It is a very classy way to fill an empty corner in your Midcentury Modern decor.

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