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Vintage 1920's/30's Gravity Ladder.

Concertina steel construction.

This 'GRAVITY LADDER' was made in London, there is half a makers transfer suggesting it was patent pending circa 1920's.It is highly unlikely we will ever find one of these again,so it is with huge reluctance we are offering it for sale (we have been sorely tempted to keep it for our own use).

It is simple to use, and lightweight enough to be carried by one person. There are rubber treads with which to anchor the bottom in place whilst a handle at the top is pulled to extend. Once the concertina construction is fully opened the structure is held rigid by two pairs of brackets which rotate and hook over the rungs.

The top is 'U' shaped and hooks over a structural beam or rail (shown here hooked over our sliding door rail). Once opened it looks amazing but is also remarkably strong and rigid. A pair of oval knobs on the side provide hand holds for climbing.

If we were to keep this we would incorporate it into a a large storage cabinet or bookcase. It would also be suitable to give access to a mezzanine or loft bed ..

 

 

£ reserved

 

 

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DIMENSIONS: To follow.

ORIGIN: UK

CONDITION: Good with working condition.

STOCK: 1 available

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