Mobile Book Cabinet

Mobile Book Cabinet
Mobile Book Cabinet
£329.00all prices incl. VAT., excl. shipping costs
In stock, Delivery in 5-6 days
We regret to inform you that, due to Brexit, we are unable to accept orders from our UK customers.

General Information

The shrine of real decision.

No doubt, a large library is a great treasure and in the best of all worlds a good fortune. But at a certain point, the owners of so many books may have the feeling that they will never have an overview of their collections. From the standpoint of sheer weight, let alone content that weight can be daunting. The question arises of what books might be so indispensable in the tiniest of quarters, like the cell of a monk? Those are the books which belong in this portable bookcase, with its clear lines and material. It’s not the format for storing unlimited amounts of books, and for every book that is added, one has to be removed. But for that one has the most important books in one, portable place, at all times. And it’s good now and then to have a library that has not become a piece of real estate.

Product Information

Article Number 66065

Made in the joinery of the Benedictine abbey of Königsmünster based on a design by Fr. Abraham.
The frame is made of oiled 12-mm birch wood. The sliding door is 1 mm thick; the screws are made of burnished brass. The shoulder strap is adjustable. It is made of vegetable tanned cow leather, length 87–107 cm, width 3.4 cm. Height 52.5, width 27.5, depth 27.5 cm. Weight 6.2 kg. Comes without books.
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