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A fine Chinese export ivory cribbage board, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the rectangular board with a shaped end, exquisitely carved in relief with arabesques and chrysanthemum flowers, with three central panels comprising figural narratives in pavilion and
A good quality Edwardian period mahogany Sheraton Revival twin flap-top games table, with fitted drawer, sliding chess board and cribbage board, crossbanded borders, boxwood stringing, original green baize interior and four elegant tapering square section
A Victorian burr timber and brass games box. Last quarter 19th century. The casket shaped box with fine figuration and gothic brass mounts and strapwork with remnant pietra dura jewels, partitioned to the interior and including ivory cribbage boards and ma
A carved ivory cribbage board, 19th century with barbed figure scene vignettes on a diaper ground among flowering and fruiting sprays, and with peg holes to either side; together with a carved ivory sewing kit of cylindrical form with screw cover, containi
A rare Victorian fitted mahogany games box, the hinged lid and double opening front revealing a fitted interior with shelves, containing red stained and white bone chess set, cribbage board, draught set, bone domino set, lead horses, cards etc. 33 cm x 22
A Victorian burr walnut work table of serpentine outline, with hinged top opening to reveal a draft and cribbage board below a wall drawer terminating in castors. 75 cm high, 82 cm wide (open), 59 cm deep.
An early 20th century games box with lift-up lid and fold-out front, contains chess set, draughts, cribbage, bezique, lead horse racing figures, dice and turned wooden shakers, two lift-out compartments, with key, marked 'Frank Hall, London 1925'. 24 x 23
An Inuit walrus ivory 'cribbage board' tusk, 20th century the scrimshaw to one side with polar bear, seals, cribbage board and a man in a sled and two reindeer, the reverse incised with a map of cape Nome Precinct 70 cm long
A Victorian walnut cased tantalus set, circa 1880, the hinged lid and drop front containing a mirrored back, two cut crystal decanters, three cut crystal glasses and two short drawers together with a cribbage board. Height 29.5 cm. Width 35.5 cm. Depth 22.
The first Brownlow Medal Ever Awarded - Edward 'Carji' Greeves 1924: the 18ct gold & enamel medal, with on front 'VFL/ Chas. Brownlow Trophy', and engraved on reverse 'Won By E.G.Greeves, Geelong, 1924', maker's stamp 'H.E.Brown', with pin and safety chain
A notable 19th century Tasmanian colonial, Cassarina games table, the fold over top enclosing huon pine, blackwood and musk crib board with a cylindrical column and on platform base the reeded bun feet. Height 75 cm. Width 92 cm. Depth 49 cm.
A Victorian three bottle compartment tantalus c.1860, English mahogany, satinwood veneer with gaming chip drawers, bevelled glass mirror, original brass cribbage board. Height 37 cm. Length 35.5 cm. Width 24.5 cm
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