4 June 2009
A PAIR OF PALE-GREEN AND GREEN-PAINTED OPEN BOOKCASES
19TH 20TH CENTURY
Each with a low three-quarter gallery above three graduated open shelves and a drawer, the sides Lattice-decorated, on square tapering legs with brass caps and castors, one with 'ARMY & NAVY STORES, LIMITED WAREHOUSING DEPT.' label to reverse, printed ''MISS M WASHINGTON 13 6 47'
48 in. (122 cm.) high; 18½ in. (47 cm.) wide; 10½ in. (27 cm.) deep (2)
Miss M. Washington, 13 June 1947.
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This pair of open bookcases should be catalogued as 19th 20th century.
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