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Antique Stacking Sectional Bookcase Simpoles

S/N:RET021

1920's

  • £395.00 for 3 tier bookcase
  • €464 Euro
  • $514 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Here for sale are a number of fantastic 3 tier sectional or stacking bookcases by Simpoles of Manchester. The price is per 3 tier bookcase, we only have one avavilable.

Simpoles of Manchester were a specialist office furniture maker founded in the late 19th Century and contemporary to the more famous American company Globe Wernicke. They produced beautiful and useful pieces of antique furniture from desks to filing cupboards and were one of the leading office furniture manufacturers in the Art Deco period.

These bookcases are beautifully made in Oak. They also have the benefit of having the original keys (one per cabinet).

Condition

Shows signs of wear and tear as it is old and has been used, but only adds to its character. Great decorative item which would look fantastic in any home or business interior.

We are a family company and love sourcing unusual pieces which bring a burst of individual style to the most modern of interiors, creating interiors with soul!

Dimensions are approximate

87 cm width, 30 cm depth, 121 cm height

internal heights each section from largest at bottom 34 cm, 29 cm, 25 cm

Dimensions: 

  • H: 121cm (47.64in)
  • W: 87cm (34.25in)
  • D: 30cm (11.81in)

Period: 

1920's

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At Retrovation we love to find unique and quirky items to add soul to modern interiors. We source vintage props and decorative antiques to add a burst of character for unique interiors to the home, retail and entertainment industry. We are based just outside of St Albans in Hertfordshire 10 minutes from Junction 21 of the M25 and 30 miles from London.

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