William IV satinwood bookcase in two parts with rectangular molded cornice over a double bank of three shelves, the base with a pair of grill doors, plinth base. In good condition. The top backboard was replaced at some point. There is some staining.
H 80.5 in. x W 70.25 in. x D 13.75 in.
H 204.47 cm x W 178.44 cm x D 34.93 cm
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