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03/24/2018 04:57 PM
OLD SCHOOL DESK AND CHAIR-MOUNTED
Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Comments. Mounted on a sheet of plywood the desk is 26 ¾” high x 24” wide x 16” deep and has a hardwood top as well as an adjustable in height cast-iron base. There is a pen groove as well as an ink bottle hole on the top and a 4” high cubby for book storage below. Also included is a 28 ½” high x 15 ½” wide chair which is made of various hardwoods and has tapered spindles, arched back supports as well as an adjustable in height metal base. Their finish has wear, shade variations, a few small scratches/scrapes and has a nice golden oak hue. All of the metal has a fresh coat of black paint. This item is in good, sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, has some small, shallow wood dents/grooves and has some soiling/stains. All the hard work has been done and this one is ready to enjoy. Will make a nice desk for your young child that will grow in height as they do.
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