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Reception Desk, 71 x 42 x 82 In, Cherry
- Item # 12U511
- Mfr. Model # LRDRT2BFCH
- UNSPSC # 56101703
- Catalog Page # 2064
- Shipping Weight 494.0 lbs.
- ItemL-Shape Reception Desk
- Overall Width71"
- Overall Height42"
- Overall Depth82"
- Number of Pedestals2
- Pedestal LocationLeft and Right
- Number of Drawers4
- Pedestal StyleThree-Quarter
- Keyboard ShelfNo
- Color BaseCherry
- Color TopCherry
- Base MaterialThermal Fused Melamine Laminate
- Top MaterialThermal Fused Melamine Laminate
- HandleMetal Pull
- StandardsMeets or Exceeds ANSI/BIFMA
- IncludesInternal Cord Grommets
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During assembly the end user can determine if the return will be on the left or right side. The transaction top(ledge) is always installed on top of the 71" desk.
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