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04/22/2024 11:26 AM
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OLD WOODEN WALL MOUNTED DOUBLE SIDED TOWEL RACK

Rating: 8
Comments. Made of maple this towel rack is 22" wide x 4 " high and is more than 50 years old. It features five pivoting 19" long arms per side that fold outwards and mounting holes on the top as well as bottom of the frame. The original finish is well-worn and a redo wood wouldn't hurt. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, has some small bends in a few of the arms and soiling. It even has a paper price label from Sears, Roebucks and Company with the original price of 98 cents. Give it a cleaning and it will make a retro place to hang your dishtowels or your prized linen.


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