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05/26/2018 10:57 PM
VICTORIAN BLACK WALNUT DOUBLE DOOR BOOKCASE
Age. Circa 1800s
Composition. See below
Size. 59” high x 48” wide x 16” deep
Comments. This Victorian era book case is made of black walnut and has solid wood appliqués, fancy molding strips and routed edges. There is a 3 ½” deep full width drawer on the base with fancy pulls. Behind the glass panel doors is a 45” high area which has three adjustable shelves that are 8” deep. The woods original finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This book case is in good, sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some wood wear, has some small, shallow wood dents and has some soiling/stains. There is a visible glue repair on the top of the left-hand door and is missing a piece of molding on the right – hand edge of the drawer as well as a piece of the baseboard on the right edge all as seen in our photo. You will need to make some supports to hold up the 4th shelf. This cabinet is two-piece and is heavy for its size. Needs work but when done will make a nice addition to any Victorian or vintage decor. It has lots of room to showcase your antique books or favorite collectibles.
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