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This is an absolutely stunning antique maple Louis XV style French Armoire/Linen Press with three doors and a center beveled mirror. Beautiful hand carving with an arched bonnet. The armoire is 102" tall, 70.5" wide, 20" deep and is fitted with adjustable shelf brackets and shelves. This is a wonderful piece of French style antique furniture that would make a statement in any space as well as provide plenty of great storage! It is a very sturdy piece of furniture with lovely carvings. Hand carving on the doors, bottom and top. Mirror shows the age with some of the silver peeling. Hole has been cut in the center back for a tv or other electronic equipment. Clothes hanging pole has been added to the center section. Original key included. One key plate missing from the right door. Interior dimensions of the sides are 68.75" tall, 16.75 wide, by 14.5" deep. Interior dimensions of the center are 74" tall, 36" wide, 16.5" deep. Original key included. One key plate missing from the right door. Original brass hardware. Armoire comes apart into four pieces - three sides and the top.  Armoire comes apart into four pieces - three sides and the top. Buyer must remove from second story - elevator access is available.

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