Foot stool from a shoe store.


A small wooden foot stool for measuring shoe size. The stool has four legs, connected by three braces. There is a heel stop at the top of the stool; the heel stop is divided into two pieces and moves (perhaps broken unintentionally).Alfred Lindner lived in Breslau, Germany (today Wrocław, Poland). He owned two shoe stores, one in Breslau and another one in Bytom. Alfred had at least two sons, named Hans and Berthold.Created record.Steven H. Lindner20180618Digital imag

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