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German Lounge Armchair, c. 1940, oak and green velvet upholstery, height 81 cm, width 60.5 cm, depth 79 cm. Provenance: Tyrone Dearing, Elizabeth Bay. Private Collection, Sydney

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.

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

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

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

An 18th century oak Lambing chair with a curved top rail over a solid back, flanked by timber wings leading to scroll arms, on an enclosed box seat supported on rockers

O. Noel Coulson (1905-1993), pair of upholstered open arm chairs, c. 1958 manufactured by S. Andrewartha furniture Manufacturers, Richmond, Melbourne, limed oak frames, fluted square front legs with brass sabots (2). Height 80 cm, width 60 cm, depth 77 cm.

Louis XIII oak armchair, shaped scroll front apron and stretcher base, upholstered back and seat, Bennison floral fabric. Height 112 cm. Width 64 cm. Depth 52 cm. Provenance: Ros Palmer Interiors, Woollahra. The Estate of a Lady, NSW

A pair of antique French oak hall chairs in the Gothic manner, latter half 19th century, each with a back with crocket finials above a central panel relief-carved with tracery within a pointed ogee arch, the tapering seat with bevelled edge carved with a b

A pair of antique French oak hall chairs in the Gothic manner, latter half 19th century, each with a back with crocket finials above a central panel relief-carved with tracery within a pointed ogee arch, the tapering seat with bevelled edge carved with a b

Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) A Newman College dining chair, 1916 attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 1916 oak, leather. Literature: National Gallery of Victoria, one hundred Modern chairs, NGV, Melbourne, 1974, no. 73(a)

Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937), a pair of Newman College desk chairs, 1916, attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne oak, leather, steel

Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937), a pair of Newman College dining chairs, 1916, attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 1916, oak, leather. Literature: National Gallery of Victoria, one hundred modern chairs, NGV, Melbourne, 1974,

An oak and elm framed Lancashire rush seated armchair, the back with two tiers of turned spindles

A 19th century oak and elm ladder back chair of Lancashire type

A Walter Burley Griffin oak armchair, circa 1916, the angular leather upholstered back flanked by open arms raised on a quadripartite swivel base manufactured by James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd Melbourne some later alterations. Note: designed for Newman College

Walter Burley Griffin, desk armchair on castors, 1916 Japanese oak and leather, manufactured by James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne. Height 104 cm. Provenance: Newman College, University of Melbourne, Victoria

A set of six substantial Tasmanian oak carver chairs Crinoline stretchers under, fluted front legs one chair larger reserved for the chairman on the board. Provenance: Ex John Fairfax boardroom, Sydney

Oak 19th century chair in the Gothic revival style with a leather upholstered back surmounted by a carved monogram and three fleur de lys finials, roll over arms, a contoured seat and turned legs and stretchers. This chair is one of 120 used for 70 years b

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