Pigeon hole type in periodical display rack-library furnitur, Other Management

Pigeon hole type in Periodical Display Rack-library furnitur in library management

it has two parts, one is a cupboard in the bootom and the other pigeon holes at the to,-Overall height and width are 225 cm x 180 cm. Depth is 30 cm in the pigeon hole portion and 45 cm in the button cupboard part. Each unit will hold 36 journals in the pigeon hole part. The back issues of the same are  stored in the  cupboard part (i.e. 6x6). It is normally single sided one disadvantage of this type display rack is that the journals cannot be displayed prominently.  

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