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Special Furniture Items-library furniture-library management

Besides the above mentioned library furniture, a few other items worth considering are: 

  1. Book trolley, which is essentially a small book rack mounted on wheels, It is very useful for moving books from one area of the library to the other. 
  2. Stand (also  called dictionary stand)  for an outsized and bulky reference books with space below for few other reference books. 
  3. Display rack for newly acquired books, that can be placed in a prominent position. 
  4. Exhibit cases for display of wide range of items.
  5.  Atlas stand and Newspaper stand with sloping tap.  

As mentioned earlier, there is no one method of furnishing all libraries. Many of these items need to be uniquely designed for each library. The possibility of built in display stands, atlas stands, etc. should also be explored depending on the nature of the building.  

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