44814-5, -6, -7, -8, and -9. My eye was immediately drawn to this swanky curved wood chair because, well, good design draws my attention, but then, THEN, I saw another one, and another one—like Easter eggs hidden in the warehouse. Wedgwood blue? Periwinkle? Cadet blue? Whichever blue you call it, somebody’s going to get some amazing chairs. Would it be you? Could it be you?
We have a very strong selection of file cabinets in a variety of colors and styles. Photo represents a random sampling of available items as stock changes regularly.Please note: most file cabinets we have do not come with keys. If we receive the cabinet with keys, we tape them to the top or side of the cabinet. If you find a locking cabinet without keys, don’t despair—just tell any locksmith the alphanumeric code around the keyhole, and they can cut a new key for you for a nominal charge. UW Surplus does not accept returns of file cabinets that you thought had keys but did not.
44651-13. More than few shoppers might look at a table such as this and ask why on Earth it’s so seemingly pricey, but it’s all about the design and the maker, and in this case, the table is from Herman Miller. Check out the retail prices on these puppies—they just might blow your mind. And then you’ll say, “Wow, that was actually a really good deal down at Surplus. I’m going to have to meet this Miller fellow and have a word with him.” Measures 55 x 28 x 26”H.
44574-2. Well, I can’t say we never see any tank desks in ivory because: this one. But this is the most rare of tank desk colors, if that floats your boat. Keep in mind, you’re going to need a sturdy boat because: tank desk. And this beauty is a steal of a deal at only five smackers. Measures 30” x 5’ x 29”H.
Assorted colors and sizes, with prices ranging from $15 to $50. Photo represents a random sampling of available items as stock changes regularly. Please note: most file cabinets we have do not come with keys. If we receive the cabinet with keys, we tape them to the top or side of the cabinet. If you find a locking cabinet without keys, don’t despair—just tell any locksmith the alphanumeric code around the keyhole, and they can cut a new key for you for a nominal charge. UW Surplus does not accept returns of file cabinets that you thought had keys but did not, so be sure to check first!.
44857-109. Always more comfortable than the severe angles might suggest, these types of mod chairs haven’t shown up nearly as much in recent years as they once did. This sage green model with wood arm accents over a shiny metal frame is in great shape. There once was a day when you could outfit your entire home in this color, from the shag carpeting to the appliances and everything in between. And you could get the car to match, inside & out. I think we must have hit Maximum Avocado sometime circa 1978 before everything went beige.
44739-2. Minty but maybe not so fresh, this retro lab-style cabinet could do with a repaint or refinishing to bring it into the here & now. Of course, if you think wintergreen is about to be the Next Big Thing, who are to disagree? Measures 85 ½” x 30 x 36”H.
44331-1. To some people, a table like this may say “Grandma’s house” while to others it may say hipster. On whichever side you fall, or maybe somewhere in between, we can say a few things about the piece definitively: 1.) it is made of very nice wood that, when polished, fairly well glows, and 2.) the surface will need a refinishing because it has some scuffs and stains. But for the right re-finisher, this table can be an heirloom-quality piece. Measures 42”-diameter x 29”-high.
44563-249. So you have to give a speech, but it absolutely, positively has to be with a wood-grain-laminate-over-particle-board podium? This is the one to get. It even comes with an attached brass lamp! Measures 23” x 16” x 4’H.
44796-87. From afar, this small round table looks for all the world like expensive, fine-grained wood. From a-near, you can see that it’s really a laminate, but we’ll never tell. Er, we’ll never tell after this. Measures 3’-diameter x 29 ½”-high.
44928-10. Not your average round table here—this one is atypically shiny, with a marble-look surface that, thank goodness, isn’t real-marble heavy. Five legs complete the This-Table-Must-Be-From-Somewhere-Else look. Measures 3’-diameter x 30”-high.
45033-2. Warm wood-tones and gentle curves distinguish this small side table that is further highlighted by a marbled laminate central inset, which helps it stay easy-to-clean. Measures 23”-square x 19”-high.
Whether you need to outfit an entire classroom, are staging a play requiring student desks, or just want to relive your glory days in Mr. Boomwater’s American History class, we’re stocked to the gills with old school tablet arm chairs. As a bonus for folks who get here early, we have several red and blue Hey-Woodite tablet arm chairs—they’re about as close as you get to collectibles in this genre.
44796-28 (red) and 44119-19 (blue). Classic library-style chairs from the age of Brylcreem and Lesley Gore. “You could own me/ I could be one of your … many chairs/ You could own me/ Surplus answering all your prayers.”
45003-2, -3, -7, -8, -10, and -12. Good bones on these attractively-styled chairs—notice the notch just above where the arms meet the seats. If you’re thinking of buying the whole sextet, we’d re-cover them. The amount you’ll save over new chairs will more than make up the difference!
Back in stock!
Among the first arrivals from the Lander Hall demolition project are these incredibly nice wood framed bulletin/ tackboards that each feature a carved, Husky-purple-ized “UW” in the top center. The photo shows front and back—boards may be installed using the bevel-boards on their backs or via convention drill/ hook means. Your semi-humble UW Surplus item writer has two of these boards at his desk and can attest they’re extra spiffy.
measures 4’ x 30”H.