Has original brass tag on one side that reads PAT. I believe it is solid oak, 5 shelf unit with metal banding. Shelf can display fully upright or with a turn of a wing nut on the side support you can angle the shelf unit or convert it into a table. To lock it into any position just tighten wing nut, also when in table position it has 2 latches under 4th shelf (see picture #9).Baker's in this era would make their dough (bread, cake, biscuits, etc) in the table position. Once baked and cooled they could turn the table upward at desired angle and display/sell their bake goods. The table moves into a rack without the bake goods moving. Very old and does have some wear from age/use but remains in very nice condition. Top shelf has an old repair spot (see picture #8). This is a great antique piece to have in your house if you are tight for space. Use it as shelves most of the time and then when you are having company or someone over for dinner, you can lay out the table. Measures approximately: 41" Wide, 55" Height, 25 Deep. This piece is literally a barn find, out of a barn in Fairfax, Mo that was once owned by 5 generations of the White family who at one time owned and operated White's Mercantile store in Fairfax Missouri.
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The item "Late 1800's Country Store Antique Oak Baker's Rack Shelf Adjustable Table" is in sale since Sunday, March 8, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Tables\1900-1950".The seller is "raydaun07" and is located in Craig, Missouri. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.