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Jack’s Library September 4, 2007

Filed under: Netherlands — Kim @ 12:50 pm

Name: Jack

Country: The Netherlands

About the library: One of seven book and show-cases. The shelfs are a mirror of my interests. Besides a part of the book collection, fossils, minerals, sculptures – the large one is Plato(on) – and ancient artefacts can be seen on the picture. It is not a home library, but a very pleasant way to life among books.

Library Picture:

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7 Responses to “Jack’s Library”

  1. Martin Says:

    Hi Jack, wonderful room. I’ld love to see the other 6 book and display cases! Regards, Martin / Boekengek

  2. Kristy Says:

    Books mixed with artifacts you love. Nice. The only distraction is that BIG gigantic TV…but it’s forgivable since I could spend hours in your room without needing to turn it on. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Jack Says:

    The tv didn’t looked that big in the store… rather medium sized. But at home..

  4. Martin (curacao) Says:

    Nice room my friend
    Beautiful room bice mix of books and artifacts.
    keep up the good work

    Martin
    Na C

  5. Kristy Says:

    NO worries….the TV served to reflect that beautiful sofa I could lounge on while reading my way through your library!

  6. Mikhail Says:

    Hello Jack, I have to say that I’m in love with your room. The Tv does not bother me at plus it would serve wonderfully to watch various documentaries along with history and discovery channels. Various artifacts reflect on your personal interests tastes which are: clean, intelligent, organized. Your room is officially a prototype for my future library!

  7. Debra Lynn Says:

    Love the look Jack……A+


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