Lighted Oak Display Cabinet, 7 Foot, JMU James Madison Univ Salvage



This oak trophy display case was salvaged from the campus of James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The case is constructed of oak, with tempered glass on 3 sides. The front of the display also serves as the door. Inside, the cabinet has two adjustable glass shelves and a light fixture above the door. The fixture holds a single fluorescent lamp, and the wiring extends through the upper left side.

Condition: Very good for age and use. When in place, the case was partially recessed into a wall, leaving the rear section of the case unfinished. The unfinished section measures 35" x 80.5" x 8.25". While each case has 2 locks on the top and bottom corners of the door, the keys became separated from the cabinets and are not included with this item.

History: This cabinet was salvaged from Wilson Hall, an American building on the campus of James Madison University (JMU), constructed as the centerpiece of the JMU quadrangle. The building is named for President Woodrow Wilson, a native of nearby Staunton, Virginia, and was dedicated on May 15, 1931.

Weight: 178 lbs., Measurements: 39(L) x 23(W) x 84.5(H) .

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