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A 'Tramp Art' Crown of Thorns mirror frame with a carved Australian crest armorial panel, 148 cm high, 105 cm wide

Tramp art picture frame, carved cedar & pine, late 19th century. 68 x 81 cm

Tramp art picture frame with cabinet portrait photograph, carved red pine & velvet, late 19th century. 34 x 47 cm

Tramp Art reticulated wood frame. Height 85 cm. Width 71 cm. Depth 12 cm

Tramp art multi drawer timber jewellery box, height 42 x width 31 cm approx

An Australian tramp art picture frame with military embroidered surround, centred by a military photograph within a laurel wreath, below the words 'United We Stand', flanked by British and European flags, 47 x 58 cm

Two Australian pine tramp art carved boxes, 19th century, each of rectangular form with stylised carved decoration, one with an Australian pre-federation coat-of-arms to the top, the largest, 31 cm wide, 15 cm deep, 13 cm high

G. Edwards, Adelaide, oil on card, signed and titled lower right in a finely carved tramp art frame 29 x 44 cm

Two Australian carved pine tramp art trays, each carved in typical style with sun bursts and roundels, the largest, 59 cm wide, 40 cm high

An Australian blackwood chip carved watch stand in the form of a grandfather clock a similar decorated mantel clock and an Edwardian tramp art sewing box, (3) 36 cm high and 38 cm wide

Photograph of World War I soldier mounted in intricately carved tramp art wooden frame; and a framed collage of World War I ephemera, largest 83 x 65 cm (2)

An Australian naive needlepoint embroidery of 'Advance Australia' in a pine Tramp Art frame, circa 1890, depicting a kangaroo and an emu on either side of a shield containing a wheat sheaf, pick and shovel, sailing ship and sheep, issuing four flags beneat

19th century wooden tramp art box with carved geometric patterns, the sliding lid with initials AB. Length 24 cm. Width 12 cm. Height 11 cm

A large and impressive German tramp art cabinet, circa 1910. Height 182 cm. Width 115 cm. Depth 37 cm

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