Large Antique Pine Library Bookcase

An impressive and large early 20th century antique pine library bookcase. The antique pine bookcase has a moulded cornice to the top, above three shelves to the centre flanked by a pair of glazed cupboard doors. The cupboard doors all open to reveal shelved interiors. To the base of the library bookcase is an arrangement of three double cupboards, each with two blind panel cupboard doors and wooden knobs. All the cupboards open to reveal a neat single shelf storage space. The antique pine bookcase is raised on a plinth base. Comes apart in two sections for ease of transport. Finished with a fresh coat of natural wax. Please note, this antique is of extremely large proportions, so please double check measurements before purchasing.

Item Ref; M-4767

Height – 220cm / Width – 288cm / Depth – 29.5cm

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SKU: M-4767 / Categories: Sold,

In good antique condition throughout with some signs of age. There is surface wear in places including age-related marks, scratches and stains to the interior (pictured), also scratches and marks to the front (pictured). There are minor losses and splits to the sides (pictured), however this doesn’t affect the overall integrity of the product. The antique pine library bookcase remains structurally solid and sound. There is minor evidence of historic woodworm (pictured), however this is now long gone and has been fully treated as a precaution. Finished with a fresh coat of natural wax. Comes apart in two sections for ease of transport. Complete with fixings. The top needs to be fixed to the base, and the whole unit securely fixed to the wall. Overall, a good example of its kind.

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