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Vintage Stool That Turns Into School Desk W Chair
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Here is a vintage wooden stool that when you lift up the top of the stool, turns into a small school desk with chair. Stool is approx 14" x 10" x 23". As a desk and chair, it's approx 14" x 18" x 32". Both the bottom of the chair and top of the desk has a rubber matting. Is in good, vintage condition with some wearing on the wood from use and age. Along with some light rust on metal parts and specks of white paint on rubber matting. Maker and date of creation are unknown, but it appears to have been made in the early 1900s.
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Vintage Stool That Turns Into School Desk W Chair

Estimate $300 - $600
Feb 02, 2022
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0485: Vintage Stool That Turns Into School Desk W Chair

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Est. $300 - $600Starting Price $5
February 2, 2022 Auction
Feb 02, 2022 10:00 AM EST
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Lot 0485 Details

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Here is a vintage wooden stool that when you lift up the top of the stool, turns into a small school desk with chair. Stool is approx 14" x 10" x 23". As a desk and chair, it's approx 14" x 18" x 32". Both the bottom of the chair and top of the desk has a rubber matting. Is in good, vintage condition with some wearing on the wood from use and age. Along with some light rust on metal parts and specks of white paint on rubber matting. Maker and date of creation are unknown, but it appears to have been made in the early 1900s.

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