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Big Book Stand

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Ideal for displaying and reading big books. Book rest depth 7cm. Books not included. Made of plastic coated metal ....
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Big Book Stand

Code
023721
Ideal for displaying and reading big books. Book rest depth 7cm. Books not included. Made of plastic coated metal . Measures 110 H x 84 W x 74cm D.
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Material Made of plastic coated metal.
Height 110cm
Width 84cm
Depth 74cm
User Advice Books not included. Books not included.
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