Vintage 1950 American Seating School Desk~thick Top~steel Legs~quantity Availabl For Sale
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<img target="_blank"><img listing is for one SCARCE~STYLEVintage American Seating Company, Double Cubby School Deskwith Steel LegsCirca Post 1950'sMade By American Seating Co. ~20 Desks Available with steel legs~5 Desks with Wood Trestle style legs All desks are the same dimensions Make us an Offer if interested in a Quantity purchase**BUYERS NOTE**I have 4 or 5 of these desks leftthat have 2 trestle style wood legs, instead of the 20 with metal legs.The wooden trestle legs, could easily be removed and cut down toany heightand the desk would make a unique repurposed coffee table with the book/magazine cubby on the underside.These have a great design look. Solid Chunky table that can be used as is, or the legs taken off, and the1 1/2" thick tops can be used for a variety of repurposed projects. We once had a buyer purchase a large quantity of this type desk from usThey took the tops off the desks and used them together as a bar in New York City.They sent us a picture of the finished product and it actually looked only limited by your own imagination! The Desk measures 48" Wide x 24" Deep x 24" TallThe double book cubbies on each desk measure 13" w x 3 1/2" tall x 10" deepSome of the desks have a book cubby on each side, others have the book cubby on only one side. If desired the wood book cubbyon the underside of the deskcan easily be removed. 20 matching desks available Local pickup is welcome Please note that the legs will be removed from the deskfor safe packing/shipping. If purchasing a larger quantity, it would probably be best to ship theseby freight carrier.If interested in a quantity, please write us for a freight quote.For those who are interested,Here is a brief history from theAmerican Seating Company timeline:
1886: Grand Rapids School Furniture Company founded.
1899: Grand Rapids School Furniture Company merges with eighteen other school, church, and seating manufacturers to form the American School Furniture Company, headquartered in New York.
1906: Name changed to American Seating Company; offices move from New York to Chicago.
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Vintage 1950 American Seating School Desk~thick Top~steel Legs~quantity Availabl: $125