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A kauri table top 10 drawer collectors cabinet 95 x 32 x 52 cm

A South Australian Germanic design collector's cabinet by Otto Priess, Mannum South Australia, the central cabinet with multiple doors, flanked by eight side compartments, above a lift front bureau compartment, four drawers and a mirror, on a moulded edge

An Edwardian casuarina collector's cabinet, the rectangular top with a moulded edge above two sets of nine graduated drawers with hinged locks to either side, raised on a stepped base, 54 cm wide, 32 cm deep, 51 cm high

A rare birdseye huon pine dwarf collectors cabinet, circa 1850, with moulded cross banded top, the single glazed door flanked by full tapering pillars on recessed plinth base. Height 42 cm. Width 37.5 cm. Depth 34 cm, in as found untouched condition

An ebonised cedar multi drawer specimen cabinet with recessed brass handles. Width 216 cm. Depth 44 cm. Height 81 cm

An Australian cedar specimen cabinet containing remnants of a moth collection, lacking glass front. Width 66 cm. Depth 40 cm. Height 48 cm

A late 19th century cedar specimen cabinet, drawers still retaining entomological labels. Width 50 cm. Depth 40 cm. Height 69 cm

A glass fronted cedar specimen cabinet with ten drawers. Width 78 cm. Depth 58 cm. Height 79 cm

A Colonial collector's cabinet, the base with two glazed sliding doors above three frieze drawers, the shallow upper section again with two glazed sliding doors opening to an interior of two simple shelves. Width 105 cm. Diameter 39 cm. Height 160.5 cm

A 19th century.Cedar framed and single glazed door wall mounted specimen cabinet with internal mirror back and glass shelving