Small Postal Pigeon Hole Unit

Do you like order in your home or office? If so, this postal office pigeon hole might give you all the display tactics that you need for an orderly space! Reclaimed from the north-east of England city of Leeds, and constructed from pitch pine, they date to the late Victorian era (circa 1890) and were originally used for sorting mail and parcels at the city’s main post-office. What would your display tactics be for this increasingly hard to source industrial find?

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Key Information

  • Circa 1980, antique industrial pigeon-hole unit
  • pitch-pine timber, great condition
  • originally used within Leeds city post office, england
  • Length 153cm Width 78cm Depth 31cm
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