244,536. Tidmarsh, S., and Tidmarsh, H. Sept. 22, 1924. Shelves.-The sides a, top b and base c of sheet metal shelves are formed with folded edges f interengaging by sliding. The top and base are inserted from the back and abut against front stops or against a beading j. A back sheet d with a flanged top edge g is inserted from the top and slides into engagement with the sides, retaining the other parts in place. The shelves h may be slidably mounted, in which case the front beading is arranged differently, or gaps may be cut therein to enable the shelves to be removed.