Area Code 472

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  • 400 (four hundred) is the natural number following 399 and preceding 401. (For the year 400 AD, see 400)
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area code 472
area code 472 - 472 Malign
472 Malign Terrace
472 Malign Terrace
He's a neglected, lonely boy gifted with genius, destined to be wasted among the castoff refuse of the slums until a mysterious letter arrives in the mail. The letter contains cash and a single one-way ticket to what he hopes will be a better life at 472 Malign Terrace.

He's a neglected, lonely boy gifted with genius, destined to be wasted among the castoff refuse of the slums until a mysterious letter arrives in the mail. The letter contains cash and a single one-way ticket to what he hopes will be a better life at 472 Malign Terrace.

IMG 6369
IMG 6369
Double chest of drawers 1765-1780 Origin: America, South Carolina, Charleston H:89 5/8" OW:44 1/2" OD:24 3/8" Mahogany, bald cypress, and tulip poplar (all by microanalysis). Museum Purchase Acc. No. 1974-166 Appearance: Double chest format; broken scroll pediment with carved rosettes and pierced fretwork tympanum; wooden finial originally sat on extant mahogany plate at center of tympanum. Upper case has complex cornice with wall-of-Troy molding and sawn fretwork; chamfered front corners with stop-fluted pilasters and lamb's tongue bases; drawers arranged three over two over three full-width; original bail and rosette pulls. Lower case with secretary drawer (now gutted) over two full-width drawers; standard base and waist moldings; four ogee bracket feet on original casters. Construction: In the upper case, the top and bottom boards are dovetailed to the sides, and a series of horizontal backboards are nailed into rabbets at the sides and are flush-nailed at the top and bottom. Each chamfered corner pilaster consists of a mahogany face with an applied lamb's-tongue base, the whole glued to a tulip poplar stile that is triangular in section and features a triangular tenon at each end. The stile-and-pilaster assemblies are glued to the case sides, the top board, and the bottom board. The drawer blades are tenoned into the rear edges of the corner stiles. Full-thickness dustboards are butted to the drawer blades and are glued into dadoes in the case sides, stopping two inches short of the backboards. The drawer guides are set behind the corner pilasters and are glued to the dustboards. The drawer dividers and their associated guides are glued into dadoes in the dustboards. The now replaced kickers for the top right and left drawers are glued into original dadoes. Drawer stop blocks are secured to the drawer blades with two wrought nails each. A two-part laminated cornice and adjacent fretwork and astragal moldings are glued and nailed to the case. The tympanum fretwork is sawn from a solid board to which frontal moldings are secured with screws set from behind. A pair of carved rosettes is sprig-nailed to the tympanum assembly. The back of the tympanum assembly is supported by a four-inch mahogany glue block on either side. The finial plinth consists of a mahogany plate nailed to the fretwork at the front and to a three-inch-wide vertical support at the rear. This rear support is reinforced by two horizontal glue blocks at its base. The lower case features top and bottom boards dovetailed to the sides and backboards like those in the upper section. The drawer blade-dustboard assemblies are slid into dadoes, and the joints are concealed by face strips applied to the front edges of the case sides. Stop blocks for the two conventional drawers are like those in the upper section. The stop blocks for the secretary drawer consist of two vertical blocks nailed to the case sides just in front of the backboard. Nails secure the waist molding to the top of the case. The base molding projects below the edges of the case and is backed with large bald cypress glue blocks along the front, sides, and outermost edges of the back. Each bracket foot assembly is supported by a pair of horizontal flanking blocks above a large, quarter-round, vertically grained stump with a caster mounted to its base. The drawer fronts feature figured mahogany veneers glued to cores of straight-grained mahogany. Recessed cock beading along the edges of the drawer fronts is glued and nailed in place. The drawer fronts, sides, and backs are dovetailed together. The bottoms of the full-width drawers all feature a medial rail that is dovetailed to the drawer front and nailed to the bottom of the drawer back. A pair of laterally grained panels is then set into grooves in the drawer sides, drawer front, and medial rail, and are flush-nailed at the rear. No glue blocks are used. The small drawers feature single bottom panels grained front to back, set into grooves at the sides and front, and flush-nailed at the rear. The secretary drawer has brass quadrant hinges at the front. The sides are dovetailed to the back. The now missing top board for the secretary was originally dovetailed to the drawer sides and nailed to the drawer back. The internal partitions for this drawer, also missing, were originally dadoed and nailed to the drawer bottom and sides. Materials: *Mahogany upper and lower case sides, pediment assembly including glue blocks and vertical supports, cornice facing, applied fretwork, chamfered corner pilasters and their bases, drawer blades, drawer dividers, drawer stop blocks, secretary stop blocks, facing strips on front edges of lower case sides, waist molding, base molding, exposed faces of bracket feet, drawer front cores, veneers, and cock beading; *bald cypress upper and lower case top and bottom boards, backboards, drawer blades, drawer guides, cornice backing, base molding glue blocks, rear faces of rear bracket
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IMG 6368
"Double chest of drawers 1765-1780 Origin: America, South Carolina, Charleston H:89 5/8" OW:44 1/2" OD:24 3/8" Mahogany, bald cypress, and tulip poplar (all by microanalysis). Museum Purchase Acc. No. 1974-166 Appearance: Double chest format; broken scroll pediment with carved rosettes and pierced fretwork tympanum; wooden finial originally sat on extant mahogany plate at center of tympanum. Upper case has complex cornice with wall-of-Troy molding and sawn fretwork; chamfered front corners with stop-fluted pilasters and lamb's tongue bases; drawers arranged three over two over three full-width; original bail and rosette pulls. Lower case with secretary drawer (now gutted) over two full-width drawers; standard base and waist moldings; four ogee bracket feet on original casters. Construction: In the upper case, the top and bottom boards are dovetailed to the sides, and a series of horizontal backboards are nailed into rabbets at the sides and are flush-nailed at the top and bottom. Each chamfered corner pilaster consists of a mahogany face with an applied lamb's-tongue base, the whole glued to a tulip poplar stile that is triangular in section and features a triangular tenon at each end. The stile-and-pilaster assemblies are glued to the case sides, the top board, and the bottom board. The drawer blades are tenoned into the rear edges of the corner stiles. Full-thickness dustboards are butted to the drawer blades and are glued into dadoes in the case sides, stopping two inches short of the backboards. The drawer guides are set behind the corner pilasters and are glued to the dustboards. The drawer dividers and their associated guides are glued into dadoes in the dustboards. The now replaced kickers for the top right and left drawers are glued into original dadoes. Drawer stop blocks are secured to the drawer blades with two wrought nails each. A two-part laminated cornice and adjacent fretwork and astragal moldings are glued and nailed to the case. The tympanum fretwork is sawn from a solid board to which frontal moldings are secured with screws set from behind. A pair of carved rosettes is sprig-nailed to the tympanum assembly. The back of the tympanum assembly is supported by a four-inch mahogany glue block on either side. The finial plinth consists of a mahogany plate nailed to the fretwork at the front and to a three-inch-wide vertical support at the rear. This rear support is reinforced by two horizontal glue blocks at its base. The lower case features top and bottom boards dovetailed to the sides and backboards like those in the upper section. The drawer blade-dustboard assemblies are slid into dadoes, and the joints are concealed by face strips applied to the front edges of the case sides. Stop blocks for the two conventional drawers are like those in the upper section. The stop blocks for the secretary drawer consist of two vertical blocks nailed to the case sides just in front of the backboard. Nails secure the waist molding to the top of the case. The base molding projects below the edges of the case and is backed with large bald cypress glue blocks along the front, sides, and outermost edges of the back. Each bracket foot assembly is supported by a pair of horizontal flanking blocks above a large, quarter-round, vertically grained stump with a caster mounted to its base. The drawer fronts feature figured mahogany veneers glued to cores of straight-grained mahogany. Recessed cock beading along the edges of the drawer fronts is glued and nailed in place. The drawer fronts, sides, and backs are dovetailed together. The bottoms of the full-width drawers all feature a medial rail that is dovetailed to the drawer front and nailed to the bottom of the drawer back. A pair of laterally grained panels is then set into grooves in the drawer sides, drawer front, and medial rail, and are flush-nailed at the rear. No glue blocks are used. The small drawers feature single bottom panels grained front to back, set into grooves at the sides and front, and flush-nailed at the rear. The secretary drawer has brass quadrant hinges at the front. The sides are dovetailed to the back. The now missing top board for the secretary was originally dovetailed to the drawer sides and nailed to the drawer back. The internal partitions for this drawer, also missing, were originally dadoed and nailed to the drawer bottom and sides. Materials: *Mahogany upper and lower case sides, pediment assembly including glue blocks and vertical supports, cornice facing, applied fretwork, chamfered corner pilasters and their bases, drawer blades, drawer dividers, drawer stop blocks, secretary stop blocks, facing strips on front edges of lower case sides, waist molding, base molding, exposed faces of bracket feet, drawer front cores, veneers, and cock beading; *bald cypress upper and lower case top and bottom boards, backboards, drawer blades, drawer guides, cornice backing, base molding glue blocks, rear faces of rear br
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