We are pleased to be offering today this wonderful and unusual legal size oak file cabinet that dates from the turn of the century (1900’s). It was made by the Library Bureau Sole Makers as indicated on the cast brass id tag that is on the cabinet. This is one of the few cabinets that come through finished all the way around so that you can leave it out in the middle of the room to made admired from all angles. This cabinet has been all completed refinished, which means it has been all stripped, sanded, stained, multiple coats of satin sheen lacquer and the brass has been rubbed and reinstalled. The unusual thing about this file cabinet, besides that it is legal size, is that the top drawer is set up for index cards in the old days, but now they use it for a portfolio drawer. It is wide open in the center if you take the three rods out to make a portfolio drawer. The knobs on the top drawer are different than the ones on the bottom drawers as they are always missing, but we put them back in even though we take the rods out. We leave the knobs in the front to simulate that they are there, because that seems to be the way the customers like it. The legal size drawer is much larger being 17 inches wide and 13 inches tall on the outside. The overall size is 21 inches wide, 27 inches deep and 52 inches tall. It is all set to go into the office or your home.