A huon pine cot, Tasmanian, circa 1840, 104 cm high, 121 cm wide, 76 cm wide. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 148 (illustrated)
Group of Leica- and for Leica accessories comprising: A 1960 Leica Dealer Catalogue, a Novoflex Leiex adaptor (Exakta to Leica M39), a Kopil extension tube set for Leica (M39) in makers box, a Walz Universal Viewfinder (Viooh copy), a Krasnogorsk Universal
A late Georgian oak cradle, circa 1820, set with rounded finials above an architectural toped head board with a rectangular panelled sided body below. Standing on crescent moon shaped rockers. Height 74 cm. Length 91 cm.
An Australian cedar cradle, circa 1845, the basket with delicately turned spindles, held by conforming ring turned end supports with basic scrolled decoration, joined by a turned stretcher and raised on bun feet;. Width 105 cm. Depth 48 cm. Height 128 cm
A 19th century Australian cedar and caned cradle, the two end post supports with ring turned decoration supporting a cedar and caned panelled cradle and joined by a pair of ring turned cross stretchers, raised on out swept legs, 112 cm wide, 61 cm deep, 15
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