Atomic Era Magazine Stands Used To Display Small Works Of Art In A Studio Or Gallery
These vintage racks work well for smaller pieces of artwork and are lower to the ground that store bought newer versisons. You could however prop these older magazine stands up on a window sill or table.
Antique dealers could also use this idea in a shop to display small vintage artwork or even old magazines.
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