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An Australian oak double pedestal roll top desk by Dicken, 117 x 127 x 68 cm

A mid 20th century Australian sectional work station, Tasmanian oak salvaged from SA railways, 22 compartments. Provenance: 'Predestination' with Ethan Hawke 2014, 203 cm high, 126 cm wide, 75 cm deep

A Federation Australian Dickin oak double pedestal roll top desk (c. 1920) 115 cm high, 127 cm wide x 78 cm deep

Federation Tasmanian oak fall front writing bureau, top fitted with pigeon holes, 2 x door cupboards on base. Height 120 cm, 75 cm x depth 26 cm

A rare and important Japanese oak pedestal desk designed by Walter Burley Griffin for Newman College, University of Melbourne, circa 1917, with original pull out slides and timber handles, stamped James Moore and Sons, City Road, Melbourne, 79 cm high, 213

Georgian style oak bureau desk by Beard Watson, Sydney, circa 1910, makers stamp and serial number on right side drawer, fall front bureau with internal pigeon holes above 2 drawers & 2 doors, 111 cm wide, 81 cm deep (when opened), 109 cm high

Beard Watson single pedestal oak roll top desk 3 drawers and slide out shelf below, roll top with pigeon holes inside above. Maker's badge on back. Reading light has been fitted with some holes drilled. 107 cm wide, 75.5 cm deep, 108.5 cm high.

An Australian oak roll top desk with 7 drawers and fitted interior

Victorian honey oak and leather top executive's desk, commissioned and built for the head of Victorian Railways in 1905

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