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A stunning Tasmanian birdseye huon pine chest with graduated drawers,19th century, 133 cm high, 116 cm wide, 53 cm deep

A ship's trunk lift top box, solid huon pine with blackwood trim, external dovetail joins, oil painting ship portrait inside the lid of the barque 'Ethel' which was originally built in Sunderland in 1876 and wrecked of the South Australian coas

An important museum quality ships cabin trunk, Australian red cedar and whale bone with rope and leather handles, early 19th century, 56 cm high, 100.5 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A rare early 20th century carpenter's trunk with fully fitted interior, original tools. Provenance: Last used on Australian railways, H. Mahoney, 53 cm high, 95 cm wide, 52 cm deep

Colonial cedar blanket box, height 38 cm width 76 cm depth 43 cm

A 19th century cedar & kauri pine Australian cabinet makers tool chest with fully fitted interior. 54 cm high, 54 cm deep, 95 cm long

Solid mottled kauri blanket box, the top showing wear. Width 94 cm

A Australian cedar lined pine blanket box, 19th century. 32 cm high, 76 cm wide, 45 cm deep.

Antique traveler's trunk, with brass plaque to lid 'Lilian Harding SYDNEY AUSTRALIA', 94 cm wide, 48 cm high

A string inlaid cedar secretaire chest, probably Tasmanian, circa 1840, 115 cm high, 110 cm wide, 59 cm deep. Provenance: ex Clairville, Northern Tasmania. Tullochs Auctions

A huon pine travelling chest, Australian, circa 1850, 45 cm high, 122 cm wide, 45 cm deep

Colonial cedar brass bound blanket chest. Camphor wood lined, with original lock & key. Height 48, Wt.97 & Depth 46 cm

A large carved and gilt walnut chest, Spanish, circa 1600. 67 cm high, 174 cm wide, 62 cm deep

Continental pine sarcophagus shaped lime washed blanket box. 19th century. 90 cm x 57 cm x 60 cm

Large Colonial Dutch trunk on bun feet, with applied priced brass stapwork, approx 86 cm high, 132 cm wide

Unusual four-drawer Tasmanian chest with turned ivory handles. 94 cm x 42 cm x 89 cm

A small Australian cedar blanket box, circa 1860, of rectangular form with a hinged top and dovetail detail to the corners, 91 cm wide, x 49 cm deep x, 43 cm high. Provenance: Private Collection Melbourne

An Australian Colonial cedar blanket box with rectangular hinged top and lift-out tray. Height 41 cm. Width 93 cm. Depth 41 cm.

A late 19th century Indo-Dutch Colonial harewood and ebony chest, set on bun feet of solid plank construction featuring pierced brass escutcheon and studs, together with key 111 cm width, 54 cm depth, 60 cm high

Painted wooden trunk with white lettering to front 'H. Dally, Melbourne, Australia', circa 1940s, 54 cm height, 110 cm width, 57 cm depth

A late 19th early 20th century cedar chest, the plain interior with internal lidded box to one side, missing lock 80 cm width x 45 depth x 41 height

Arts and craft blackwood lift top trunk with carved panel to front, Gumnuts and parrots

Antique leather covered camphor trunk, with brass studded decoration, brass bale handles to the sides, standing squashed bun feet, 78.5 cm long x 36 cm high x 39 cm depth

A good New Zealand colonial woods hinged lidded trunk of small proportion, the lid with parquetry inlay including a burr kauri central panel, smaller rewarewa and other timber panels framing, the rimu base with burr kauri plinth. 81 x 39 x 34.5 cm

A cedar trunk with fitted interior 82 cm wide, 53 cm deep, 41 cm high

A rare stained huon pine trunk, Tasmanian, early to mid 19th century labeled: the Earl of Derby Lodge no 82

A blackwood blanket box, Australian school, possibly Tasmanian, the rectangular front finely carved in relief with an impressive eucalyptus tree, the top with conforming leaf and branch carving, scroll feet, 66 x 45 x 41 cm.

A huon pine and cedar sarcophagus hinged storage box

An Australian silver mounted emu egg maker's mark H. Steiner Adelaide circa 1875, ovoid the lower section applied with fern leaf mounts beneath a central silver medallion raised on a stem cast as a tree trunk and a naturalistically decorated circuclar foot

Australian cedar sarcophagus shaped storage trunk with its original green cloth covering and a padded tapestry and bead worked seat

Cedar chest c.1870. Wrought iron handles, fitted shelf interior. Single plank, dovetailed construction. Damage to lid end piece. Height 44 W 83 D 45 cm