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Barrister Bookcase

Barrister Bookcase

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Repair Antique Barrister Bookcase top.wmv

This video shows the replacing of plywood in the top of an antique barrister bookcase.

beachmtgal beachmtgal says:
I have an antique barrister bookcase. Someone disassembled it. Anyone know how to put it back together?
It has 4 glass doors .
suzb49 says:
Try talking to someone who deals in antiques and repairs. They may be able to do the work for you or offer tips on how to do it. You don't want to do anything to hurt the piece. Good luck

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