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Instructions for use to build an antique french armoire or bookcase

Instructions for use to build an antique french armoire or bookcase


Instructions for use to build an antique french armoire or bookcase

It is very simple; calmly ;
n antique pegged cupboard armoire or bookcase amounts (and gets confused) always slept on the highly-rated;
Put in dish(flat) a highly-rated, emboitez the back in mortises, block(surround) by a wooden ankle always from the outside inward of the piece of furniture. Attention (take care ) the ankle was have to be bigger than the hole makes for that purpose, it is simply a " small key " because if you take a too big ankle you go to burst cheeks or edges of the mortise. To put the 2eme left the back, then to put the floor and the ceiling by respecting the notches or the notches of angles (indeed, this one are different and marry the inside of amounts).
Then put the high crossbar and the low crossbar (always ankle put around). The only difficulty is to put the highly-rated 2eme slowly
Your box(cash register) of cupboard is now ready to be raised(found)!

If you have enough height of ceiling it is necessary to sleep the cupboard on the back then to raise(find) it. It does not more remain than to put the ledge, the shelves and the doors.

For the dismantling, it is the same operation in l opposite; on the highly-rated, this time it is necessary to remove the small wooden ankles; of the internal towards l outside...


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