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Rare 1853 Victorian LOO TABLE Card Game Woodwork CABINET Maker's Large Engraving b

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•Title: Loo Tables (plate #55)
•Year: 1853
•Print size (inches):
9.8 x 13.8 (large)
•Print size (cm): 25 x 35 (large)
•Provenance:  The Cabinet Maker's Assistant - A series of original designs for modern furniture.
•Verso:  Blank
  Blackie And Son


This 162 year old plate comes from a collection of engraved plates published by Blackie And Son in 1853! These plates were rescued from a badly damaged, but very rare book titled "The Cabinet Maker's Assistant". The large size makes it perfect for framing. Some of these plates have aging color, foxing, small edge tears and holes, please examine the images for a better idea of condition.

The Loo table is a table model from the 18th and 19th centuries, originally designed for the card game loo, which was also known as lanterloo. The typical loo table has an oval or round top, and a hinged mechanism fitted to a pedestal base, enabling the table to be easily stored when not in use.