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Ah, the card catalogue. When was the last time you used one? Elementary school, college…never? These relics of the past are making a steady comeback — not in libraries but in online marketplaces like Etsy and eBay where antique models often fetch thousands of dollars.

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Want to get in on the catalogue cabinet trend without spending a fortune? Indulge your inner bookworm with this library style storage cabinet from Signals. The 24-drawer unit is made of solid birch wood and comes in an oak or cherry finish.

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While it was originally designed to hold CDs, the cabinet can be used to store a variety of knick knacks — such as office supplies, cosmetics or cutlery. The paper labels are also included, making organizing easy. The library style storage cabinet is roughly three and a half feet tall, two and a quarter feet wide and eight inches deep. It retails online for $270 USD or $200 for the 12-drawer unit.

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