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A Colonial Australian Bush arm chair, late 19th century. Provenance: Mossgreen, The Estate of Jennifer Phipps, Melbourne, 2016, lot 306

Pair of Australian blackwood folding armchairs, Tasmania, c. 1900, with second generation cream canvas seats and backs (2), height 112 cm width 113 depth 21 cm. Provenance: Latrobe Antiques, Tasmania. Collection of George and Adisa Pompei, Sydney

Pair of Regency mahogany armchairs, with moulded stiles, saber legs and black leather seats

A Georgian mahogany armchair, late 18th century, upholstered in needlework tapestry

Large George III Sheraton period elm armchair, with moulded slat back and shepherd's crook arms

Antique Renaissance revival mahogany armchair, ornately carved with cherub head to back and scrolled arms, 65 cm wide, 124 cm high

Pair of antique French carved walnut high back arm chairs, lions head finials to the arms, pierced scrolling crest backs (2)

An English Regency ebonised caned armchair, with caned back splat on sabre front legs, the chair embellished with brass buttons, 52 width x 55 depth x 87 cm height

A fine pair of black lacquer and gilt arm chairs, for a foreign market, the central back panels and seat decorated with a theme of pagodas in mystical mountains by river landscapes, with continuous floral design to the arms and legs, 56 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A fine and rare set of four large Louis IV provincial walnut fauteuils open armchairs, circa 1700s, each with shaped flat back over scrolling arms over shaped seat rail on cabriole legs joined by x-shaped stretcher, upholstered in yellow buffalo suede, eac

A Queen Anne walnut wing armchair, circa 1710, the padded shaped back, shaped wings and outscrolled arms standing on walnut cabriole legs carved with cartouche motif at the knees, upholstered in exceptionally fine petit and gros point tapestry with figures

Large Victorian mahogany bar back armchair, with 1930s upholstered drop in seat, on turned legs, circa 1850

Early Victorian mahogany armchair with scroll back on four cabriole legs

Chippendale period mahogany open armchair with pierced vase shape splat, drop in seat on chamfered legs joined by an H-stretcher

Fine pair of Antique French carved walnut Louis XV style armchairs, each approx 75 cm wide, 62 cm deep x 105 cm high (2)

A good pair of Edwardian tapestry armchairs, in overall excellent condition, height 97 cm

A pair of Louis XV style tapestry upholsted walnut armchairs, French, late 19th/20th century

Leather upholstered wing back armchair, with deep buttoned back, 81 cm wide, 113 cm high

Antique 19th century French Louis XV style armchair, distressed painted frame

An early 20th century button back tan leather Chesterfield armchair, 70 cm high, 100 cm wide, 90 cm deep

A Georgian mahogany armchair, in excellent original condition

A pair of Jacobean style armchairs, walnut frames, acanthus carved

Pair of Louis XV style armchairs, white painted frame, with chocolate brown upholstery, on cabriole legs (2), height 92 cm

Pair of Danish rosewood armchairs, with leather upholstery, 62 cm wide

Pair of antique French carved walnut high back armchairs (2)

Pair of Antique French carved walnut high back armchairs (2)

A pair of modern chocolate linen upholstered armchairs

A mustard linen upholstered painted and gilded armchair, late 19th/ early 20th century

A 19th century upholstered armchair, of generous proportions, condition: the untouched original finish in tact, original castors, minor tear to seat, the upholstery in fair condition

An Arts & Crafts style oak armchair 3rd quarter 20th century height 93 cm

A Continental carved oak armchair early 20th century the chair is extensively carved with figures and lions in the Jacobean style height 135 cm