15 May 2008
Poul Henningsen (Danish, 1894-1967)
designed 1931, manufactured by Andreas Christensen, ebonised wood and chromed steel with upholstered red-stained leather flanks, ivory and ebony keyboard
37½ in. (95 cm.) high; 52 in. (132.5 cm.) wide; 17½ in. (44.5 cm.) deep
manufacturer's transfer label to fascia, ink-stamped 7564 to interior
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T. Jörstian, Taend! PH Lampens Historie, Copenhagen, 1994, p. 165 (example illustrated).
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