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Australian school, early 20th century. A carved blackwood auto trolley, rectangular, carved to each corner of the top with gum nut and leaf vignettes, above a shelf carved with a scene depicting a kookaburra perched amongst leaves, castors, 68 x 91.5 x 45

Harry Goldman (attributed): Australian timber inlaid auto trolley, blackwood, Queensland maple, fiddleback blackwood and pine stringing, 77 cm high, 83 cm wide, 48 cm deep

An Edwardian cedar traymobile. Height 74 cm. Width 92 cm. Depth 47 cm

A Federation Tasmanian oak tray mobile, with drop-sides on metal casters 74 cm high, 100 cm wide, 82 cm deep

An Australian Art Deco two tier single drawer Traymobile, c.1940's, by Melba furniture, with makers label walnut and chrome construction with vitrolite glass top. Height 69 cm, width 73 cm depth 46 cm

A Tasmanian blackwood two tier tea trolley with single drawer 75 x 49 x 77 cm

Vintage cedar dropside occasional tray mobile, approx 73 cm high, 73 cm long

A late Victorian Australian cedar serving trolley, circa 1890, the rectangular top with tray sides open at the corners above a pair of frieze drawers, on turned supports joined with an under-tier, on castors. Height 83 cm. Width 107 cm. Depth 50 cm.

Australian school early 20th century a carved blackwood auto trolley, with two rectangular gallery edged tiers, the upper carved with gum nuts and leaves, the lower carved with a scene depicting a kookaburra perched on a Eucalyptus tree, 68 x 91 x 40 cm.

A blackwood traymobile with piecrust edge to rectangular top single servery shelf below 95 cm long