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Baseball Weekly, Ultimate Man Cave USA Today Baseball Weekly Commercial Mall Stand Rack

Baseball Weekly, Ultimate Man Cave USA Today Baseball Weekly Commercial Mall Stand Rack

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This Baseball Weekly newspaper/magazine holder/rack is in very good condition for its age. It was produced in 1991; the year Baseball Weekly started. This rack was designed to be placed on the top of a USA Today Newspaper stand. They were placed inside mall shops where you would pay for the Baseball Weekly or USA Today newspaper at the register. There are 2 holes in the bottom of this rack that attached the two together. The two together stood nearly 5 feet tall. This could be used on a bench top or can be mounted in dozens of other scenarios. There are various scratches on the front plexi-glass and a few large scratches on the metal back of the rack. The entire front is made of plexi-glass, as is the flexible plexi-glass behind the clear window. The rest of the rack is made of metal. On the small pic you can see a little, what I believe to be a little amount of fine black spray paint. It feels a little rough. Can’t really tell from a few feet away though. This could be used on a bench top or can be mounted in dozens of other scenarios. It measures 15.5 inches in length, 13.5 inches in height and 4.5 inches in depth. It weighs 6 lbs., 12 ounces. This is extremely rare. In the early 90’s my brother was a salesman for these. Hardly any left anywhere. They were only made for a select region and for about a year. They discontinued use of them because they took up too much valuable space at the stores they were sold at.
This Baseball Weekly newspaper/magazine holder/rack is in very good condition for its age. It was produced in 1991; the year Baseball Weekly started. This rack was designed to be placed on the top of a USA Today Newspaper stand. They were placed inside mall shops where you would pay for the Baseball Weekly or USA Today newspaper at the register. There are 2 holes in the bottom of this rack that attached the two together. The two together stood nearly 5 feet tall. This could be used on a bench top or can be mounted in dozens of other scenarios. There are various scratches on the front plexi-glass and a few large scratches on the metal back of the rack. The entire front is made of plexi-glass, as is the flexible plexi-glass behind the clear window. The rest of the rack is made of metal. On the small pic you can see a little, what I believe to be a little amount of fine black spray paint. It feels a little rough. Can’t really tell from a few feet away though. This could be used on a bench top or can be mounted in dozens of other scenarios. It measures 15.5 inches in length, 13.5 inches in height and 4.5 inches in depth. It weighs 6 lbs., 12 ounces. This is extremely rare. In the early 90’s my brother was a salesman for these. Hardly any left anywhere. They were only made for a select region and for about a year. They discontinued use of them because they took up too much valuable space at the stores they were sold at.

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