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Reproduction Magazine Racks

Also called a Canterbury, these racks were first introduced in the late Georgian period c. 1780 and got its name as it was first commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. They were popular throughout the Victorian and Edwardian periods as occasional pieces of furniture that could be dotted around the living room. The antique Canterbury is a small and very decorative stand having divisions, originally used for sheet music. They are moveable as they stand on castors with racks, drawers and divisions, now they are the ideal piece of furniture for the storage of magazines, books and newspapers

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A mahogany cellaret converted to a Canterbury

A mahogany cellaret converted to a Canterbury

Walnut canterbury

Walnut canterbury

Mahogany and rosewood canterbury

Mahogany and rosewood canterbury

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