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Charles Webb bookcase bracket for holding shelves

Posted by stephenj (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 19, 10 at 16:38

I purchased two oak bookcases about 20-25 years ago from Webb. The bookcases have done very well and are still pristine, no warping. However, my son lost two of the brackets that the shelves slip over that hold them in place. They are a wire gauge steel. Does anyone know whether they are a standard part and where i could get them? My last resort is buying wire and cutting it and bending it myself. That is a less desirable solution. Thanks for any help.


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RE: Charles Webb bookcase bracket for holding shelves

Like these?

If so, you know to search for "Magic Wire" suppliers.

Here is a link that might be useful: Magic wire


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RE: Charles Webb baby crib

I purchased a charles webb baby crib 30 years ago and have had it in my attic(s). I would like to set it up, but 2 moves later, I have lost all the hardware. Any ideas of where to get replacement pieces.
Since I cannot figure out how to put it together, I don't even know what to look for. any help would be welcome. It is a beautiful oak piece in excellent condition.


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