Macey Co. Barrister Bookcase 3 Stack Quater Saw Oak Stacking Bookcase Light Finish

Macey co. a contemporary the famous Globe Wernicke furniture maker, who made almost identical furniture pieces as Macey co. (1896 - 1940) ad in 1905 Macey merges with Wernicke Furniture Co. to form Macey–Wernicke Co. and in 1908 name is simplified to The Macey Co.

This stacking bookcase, also called Barrister Bookcase, due to the fact that most lawyers bought these bookcase and bought a new section based on needs when their law books expanded.
Today these bookcases are a great investment, as well as the way to protect and store your book collection and other pieces to be shown off.

**This new new estate has two three stacks, both are Macey but one has a slightly lighter stained oak than the other.

A lighter finish quarter saw oak with “S” style. Two hard to find larger boxes, approx. 12 1/4” tall inside and one at 8 1/2” inches.

Size: 34 wide x 12 deep x 49 1/4 inches tall
  large box is approx. 12 1/4 inside and smaller box is 8 1/2 inside
Condition: minor separation on the base’s joint, this does not effect the stability of the bookcase. Bottom box the edge has finish wear and the top has worn finish. Please see the images provided for a visual description and for details.

If you have any questions or if you need additional images, please feel free to contact me.

**NOTE**
due to the size, this item will need to be picked up at the estate, Baltimore City and or special delivery.

Period

1900-1940s

Category

Antique Furniture

Category

Arts and Crafts

Date Posted

06/01/19

Price

$450.00

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Price

$450.00

Shipping

Contact for Quote

All items are shipped via Priority Mail or specialized carrier. They are packed to properly preserve and protect the condition of the item. If you have specific shipping instructions, please let us know.

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