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The L. Power Table

LPowerMy personal favorite….this is a museum quality example of a L.Power table saw from c.1910. Located on 23rd st in Philadelphia, L. Power made a whole line of woodworking equipment starting around 1867.

This piece can accept a pretty large piece of glass, so it can be used as both as a console type table or serving table (at its current size of 25″ x 47″) or as a much bigger table ( up to about 40′ x 72″).

$3700

 
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A different look with an dark stained antique wood top.

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Close up of the wooden top.

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