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Signed with decal manufacturer's label to frame of each example: [N. Eilersen A/S Grundlast 1895].
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Scattered imperfections to leather at seat and edges. Moderate tearing to leather armrest at connection of one example. Light marks and dents to wood elements consistent with age and use. Overall fine, vintage condition.
30 in. H x 25.5 in. W x 26 in. D
76 cm H x 65 cm W x 66 cm D
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