Antique Gunn 4 Stack Barrister Bookcase Quarter Sawn Oak Mission Style 1900s
An antique Gunn four stack barrister bookcase. Solid quarter sawn oak or tiger
oak. Mission Arts & Crafts style. In its original finish. All original wavy
glass. Original knobs. Red triangle tag on the back stating Grand Rapids,
Michigan. Inside the bookcase section it is stamped 9" Gunn Sectional Bookcase.
Patent Dec. 5 1899. Gunn Furniture Co., Grand Rapids Michigan. Solid and
original condition. 34.75 inches wide by 12 inches deep by 54.50 inches tall.
Interior dimension of each stack is 9 inches tall by 10 inches deep.
Guesstimated weight is 100 pounds. Please note all photos for they too are a
part of our descriptions.
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