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An oak Melbourne Stock Exchange chair, 19th century, In the gothic revival style. Provenance: This chair is one of 120 used for 70 years by the Melbourne stock exchange until the close of call trading at that exchange in December 1961.

A Melbourne Stock Exchange chair, 19th century, carved oak in the gothic revival style. Provenance: This chair is one of 120 used for 70 years by the Melbourne stock exchange until the close of call trading at that exchange in December 1961.

Pair of French Art Deco Tub Armchairs, c. 1930, carved oak frame (2), height 90 cm width 72 cm depth 60 cm. Provenance: purchased from Copeland and de Soos

A French provincial oak ladder back child's chair, 19th century

A pair of dark oak Art Nouveau Hallway chairs with velvet upholstery featuring spindle legs.

17th century oak and elm Lambing chair traditional design with serpentine top rail, solid panel back on plain legs and stretchers

17th century oak Wainscot type arm chair arched carved top rail, lozenge carved panel back on baluster turned legs joined by plain stretchers

17th century oak and elm open arm chair carved top rail, plain panel back on baluster turned supports and legs

A c.1900 oak swivel desk chair, curved and panelled back, solid arm rests, leatherette side panels and upholstered seat, four-way swivelling base

A French provincial Louis XV style oak Canned fauteuil, with carved crest and scroll moulded arms and feet and x framed stretcher

An oak spindle back Captain's chair circa 1900, 74 x 55 x 53 cm

A modern French style fauteuil armchair, exposed dark stained and grey washed oak carved frame, dark leather loose seat cushion and matching arm rests, grey linen upholstered back and sides, a stylish chair in good condition.

Walter Burley Griffin chair from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin chair from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin pair of chairs from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin pair of chairs from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin rare armchair on castors from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin rare armchair from Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia, c1917, oak and leather

A carved oak Wainscot chair, English 17th century, 120 cm high, 56 cm wide, 51 cm deep

A carved oak Wainscot chair, English 17th century, 123 cm high, 50 cm wide, 60 cm deep

An English Arts and Crafts style oak armchair, circa 1920, upholstered in William Morris fabric

A Georgian oak armchair with caned back with carved central flower head

A Georgian oak armchair, with carved back rail above solid seat, late 18th century

George I style oak open armchair with shepherds crook arms on scroll top cabriole legs with pad feet

Early Victorian oak Turners chair with chip carved top rail and winged supports, bobbin turned arms, solid seat on ringed stretchers

17th century oak closed back side chair with incised top rail and back panel, solid seat with bobbin turned front stretcher

A 19th century English oak cottage dining chair. Height 84 cm, width 42 xD38

A Jacobean oak chair, circa mid 17th century, with a rich near black patina, the panel back chair having an arched crest relief carved with stylised tulips and flanked by straight side supports with knopped finials, the seat of traditional sideways constru

A Georgian oak Chippendale country chair, late 18th century, the chair with a slightly wedge shaped back, a straight crest and a pierced vasiform splat, a drop in seat and ogee shaped spandrels to the seating rail, supported on square form legs United by a

A Victorian oak Glastonbury type chair, circa 1880, 91 cm high

A Charles II oak chair with panelled square back and turned front stretchers, circa 1700, 113 cm high

Oak swivel desk chair, with leather upholstery

An Arts & Crafts oak chair with Liberty peacock fabric in the manner of E.G.Punnett, with shaped splat and tapered supports and strutt feet, 53 cm width x 46 cm depth x 76 cm height

Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959), Barrel Chair, Model No. HC109, designed in 1904 for the Darwin D. Martin House, selected by Thomas A. Heinz, manufactured by Bexley Heath Ltd., USA, in 1995, quarter-sawn, solid oak, rounded back, with continuous a

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