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A Victorian mahogany and rosewood jewellery / specimen cabinet. Mid 19th century. the top part with 10 internal drawers decorated with mother-of-pearl inlay and turned knob handles. the lid has two interiors: one upper main storage box, over lower silk-lin

Early 19th century mahogany specimen cabinet the six drawers with small brass handles

Impressive English mahogany Georgian style collectors cabinet, showing a glazed lift top, above double banks of six drawers each, standing of shaped bracket feet, approx 157 cm long, 55 cm deep, 86.5 cm high

Oak collectors cabinet, two doors with thirteen low profile drawers. 91 cm high, 60 cm wide, 51 cm depth.

An Edwardian mahogany specimen cabinet, the glazed door opens to reveal four drawers, each drawer with various sized compartments some of which have the bird egg specimens and some with remains of shells, 31 cm x 25 cm x 34 cm

Antique specimen cabinet, Hardwood with specimen drawers. Old label indicate this once held butterflies. 56.5 x 87 cm

Specimen cabinet, Folding, multi compartment cabinet, with several shelves full of butterfly and insect specimens. 74.5 tall x 70 cm across when cabinet is closed

Four drawer collectors cabinet, Made of cigar box timber. 15.5 cm tall

Collectors cabinet with shells, approx 69 cm high, 76 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A timber specimen cabinet with two glass shelves, 50 cm high, 38 cm wide, 32 cm deep

A small collector's cabinet containing a display of shells 47 x 28 x 35 cm. Provenance: Estate of the late Ian David Cooper, Victoria.

Victorian mahogany specimen cabinet with five small drawers concealed behind two doors

Edwardian beech specimen cabinet eight drawers partly filled with butterfly specimens

Rare Victorian specimen cabinet fitted with a single glazed door and ten drawers

Vintage oak collectors cabinet with four drawers with locking mechanism, 40 cm wide, 23 cm deep, 36 cm high

A New Zealand timbers collector's cabinet the interior with drawers above an open well with mirrored back and roll top. Lower section fret gallery to the top circa 1900. Height 62 cm. Width 520. Depth 34 cm

An interesting 20th century shop display specimen cabinet painted black, each pull out drawer with brass label holder 97 cm, wide x 57 deep x 213 height

A large 20th century black painted oak shop display specimen cabinet each open pull out drawer with brass label holder above brass handled short drawers 105 cm, wide x 55 deep x 186 cm

Victorian six drawer specimen cabinet c.1880s, pine with graduated drawers, turned knob handles, good colour, and patina. Height 40 cm. Width 35.5 cm. Depth 22.5 cm

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

Collectors cabinet with 16 drawers & fittings for coins 34 x 40 x 43 cm

A large early 19th century mahogany and brass bound collectors' cabinet, the later panelled top with a moulded edge above two pairs of long drawers and 22 further graduated drawers some with original dividers, with brass bound corners, raised on a plinth b

An English mahogany coin collectors cabinet, 19th century 33 x 23 x 10 cm

A George III mahogany coin collector's cabinet, with ivory handles, English, circa 1800 29 x 33 cm

A fine musk collectors cabinet, 19th century 28 x 54.5 x 21.5 cm

A collectors chest of 12 recessed brass handled drawers

A collectors chest of 14 recessed brass handled drawers

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

Robert Prenzel (1866-1941) a pair of specimen cabinets, the rectangular top above eight graduated drawers with drop ring handles, plinth base, makers stamp verso, 90 x 93 x 60 cm

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

A large French late 19th century walnut collectors cabinet, the ogee and stepped cornice above three frieze drawers and five banks of ten drawers and three further drawers to the base. Depth 51 cm, 205 cm in height

An H. B. Dobbie New Zealand native timber fern specimen cabinet made in Whangarei. This very important historical cabinet was constructed and carved by H. B. Dobbie (b.1852 England, arrived in New Zealand after 1875 and died 1940). Herbert Dobbie was an en

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

A maple glass fronted specimen cabinet. Width 65 cm. Depth 49 cm. Height 52 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