Item: 1900s Mahogany Slant Top Showcase Rare Museum Type
This is a rare example of a case we have never seen. Dating from the early 1900's, this large double sided slant top mahogany showcase appears to have been used to display maps or plats originally, perhaps in a county zoning office. It has one piece wood framed glass lids with brass hinges and stays on both sides and heavy wooden legs with slate block feet. The showcase has locking mechanisms on both sides. We do not have keys, however, you do not need keys to open or close. There is one of the stays is missing, again not important. Excellent condition with normal use scratches and wear on the edges and corners. The finish and glass are original and brass handles have been added to the lids, making access to inside items easier. The showcase measures 42 inches tall at the peak, by 90 inches wide by 60 inches deep. It is for pickup or U-ship will pick and deliver t your door. 17036-71UPP
Item Condition: exc
DIMENSIONS: 42" tall by 90" wide
Stock #: 17036a
Open by chance or appointment. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We buy collections. Our next show will be the Boone County Treasure Hunt May 4th and 5th in Lebanon, In. We can make deliveries either to the show or in our travels there.