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$519.99

Width: 68 in
Height: 16.62 in
Depth: 24.8 in

Recommended for 28in (2′ 4″) deep spaces. Add some rustic style to your living space with this knotty alder bookcase from RC Willey. With four shelves, you have room to store books and show your favorite display pieces. Ideal for a bedroom, home office, or living room, add some storage space now. From RC Willey.

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$339.99

Width: 24 in
Height: 71.7 in
Depth: 24 in

Shop Simpli Home Sawhorse Solid Vaneer and Metal Ladder Bookshelf Walnut at Best Buy. Perfect if you are searching for a 28 inch deep bookcase. From Best Buy.

$129.99

Width: 28 in
Height: 32 in
Depth: 28 in

Suitable for a space 28 in (2′ 4″) deep. Shop Camden&Wells Bowman 32" Tall Bookcase Black Grain at Best Buy. Purchase from Best Buy.

$425.99

Width: 24 in
Height: 63.8 in
Depth: 24 in

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How do I measure the space to fit a bookcase in?

Measure both the width and the depth of the floor area where you'd like to place a bookcase. The easiest way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the beginning of the tape down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the opposite edge. Make sure the tape is parallel to the side of the area, as otherwise you get a value larger than the reality. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask someone else to help, or divide what you need to measure up into multiple parts. You can do this by either holding the tape down partway through and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and reposition the tape to complete the measurement. If you would not like to draw on your floor, you can position a pointy object like a pair of scissors there instead. You should avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't be able to go like decorative strips. Also it may be necessary to measure how high the space is wherever the ceiling is low.
$217.99

Width: 28 in
Height: 72.5 in
Depth: 28 in

Shop Walker Edison Modern Drawer 5-Shelf Tall Bookcase Solid White at Best Buy. Shop now at Best Buy.

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$462.99

Width: 24 in
Height: 60 in
Depth: 24 in

Shop Simpli Home Harper Bookcase with Storage White at Best Buy. Buy it from Best Buy.

$129.99

Width: 28 in
Height: 32 in
Depth: 28 in

Shop Camden&Wells Bowman 32" Tall Bookcase White at Best Buy. Shop now at Best Buy.

$129.99

Width: 28 in
Height: 32 in
Depth: 28 in

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How do I spot a bargain when buying a bookcase?

You can check whether an item you like is overpriced or underpriced by comparing it to the median price. For the bookcases in this section the median is $264.99, that is, 50% of them is priced above this, and 50% below. Most of the bookcases that match your search are priced between $129.99 and 519.99 American dollars. Only 10% of products cost more or less than these two values. 291.32 American dollars is the average price of bookcases in this category.
$264.99

Width: 28 in
Height: 72.5 in
Depth: 28 in

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From the history of furniture: Cottage Ornaments Part 2

A double figure group is shown in Figure 326, charm ing in colour, and it is too bad that his hat is chipped off, for otherwise the figures are perfect. In Figure 325 may be seen two figures with tree-like backgrounds. This class of specimen is called " boskies," from the French term bocage. Such backgrounds are more com mon among the porcelain and china figures from the high class potteries than among the Staffordshire ones. Few figures with them can now be found in a perfect condition, for these twigs and sprays are so fragile that thej' were easily broken, as were the swords and spears with which so many of the figures were armed. Both of the Falstaff s had Swords originally in the right hand.

In the next Figure (327) is sbxm-n a miscellaneous group of figures, the soldier in the centre being the oldest and best. The watch-holder to the right is now mine, and is marked on the base " Milton." Imagine that poet in a sprigged matinee dictating Paradise"Lost " to his weary daughters! The next best piece in this group is the rooster. He is old and good, and this bird has al- ways been a favourite with the potters. Next in order of value and interest are the dogs, and the collecting of these animals alone occupies the attention of many dis tinguished collectors, some of them choosing only what is known as the " spotted dog." One collection already numbers two hundred and fifty pieces, each one differ ent. The dogs shown in Figure 327 are to my taste the least interesting of all the varieties. In the next picture, Figure 328, are shown two of my Own which are spirited and fine. The spotted one is by far the elder, and is per fect with the exception of a crack near the base. He is of bone paste, light and soft, and every time I look at him, particularly if it be near the full of the moon, I expect to hear him howl. He looks all ready to bay the moon. The recumbent dog is a faAAm-coloured grey hound, a lovely creature lying on a dark-blue cushion, in which is a small opening for a pen, as he is an inkstand. There are several other patterns of greyhounds, also guardians of ink, which I hope to acquire to make my collection complete. There is also a standing one with a hare in his mouth which is very nice, and one may get at least eight different patterns of greyhounds. There are also some small Pomeranians, like those to be seen in Figure 325. Indeed, the collecting of dogs is a most im-iting field, for when you have the greyhounds all com plete, there still remain the pointers, of which there are many patterns, before you come to the spaniel, which is "dog." in reality the spotted After you have all the dogs, whole dogs, which you can get, you can then take up the faces and masks, a branch of the subject which, though difficult, is engrossing. These heads of dogs and foxes were used as whistles, or for handles to canes and hunting crops, for paper-weights, and apparently for wall ornaments as well, since some of them are to be found life size. Sir Walter Gibney has a collection of seventy-three of these, nearly all of them of Stafford shire ware, ranging from the early mottled and agate or tortoise shell wares, to those of later times, which were coloured to life. There was hardly a firm of potters, whether of porcelain or pottery, which has not turned its hand to the making of dogs. Go where you will, at Worcester, at Bow, at Battersea, where they enam elled them, at Rockingham, at Chelsea, at Burslem, they all made dogs. Go to Holland and you will find the Dutchman had his favourites too, though he will colour them blue to keep his blue cows in company; but they are attractive for all that. Even from our own potteries came dogs of many colours and sizes, but those will be mentioned later.

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