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05/15/2022 07:58 PM
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UNIQUE ANTIQUE TRAMP ART MAGAZINE STAND


Rating:7
Comments. This magazine stand is made of solid wood which measures 25” high, 21” wide, 13” deep and is more than 100 years old. It has tapered legs, 9” deep side pockets and a cut in hand hold on the top. The entire exterior has raised features with raised diamond designs throughout. On the front as well as both sides there are pictures under glass of people, a cat as well as a chicken as seen in our photo. The woods original finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. The red paint on the divider in the middle contrasts nicely with the color of the wood. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, wood wear, small chips, small, shallow wood dents and soiling. There are missing sections of the raised designs, a picture section is missing from one side, it is missing a pair of supports and one of the pieces on the top needs reattaching. Need some work but when done you’ll have a one-of-a-kind, antique magazine stand for your humble abode.


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