A William IV rosewood dwarf breakfront bookcase by Gillows of Lancaster, circa 1835, 99 cm high, 183 cm wide, 45 cm deep, Note: The above lot relates to a design for a 'commode' which appears in the Gillows Estimate Sketch Books for 1836 with cupbo
A large Italian polychrome painted open bookcase, of classical architectural form with Latin inscribe open pediment above open shelves flanked by columns, 20 x 130 x 32 cm. Provenance: a private collection, Sydney
An early 20th century Australian blackwood dwarf bookcase, in the manner of Prenzel, the frieze carved with foliate decoration, above open shelves flanked by panelled doors, each carved with gum leaves and foliate, 139 cm high, 148 cm wide, 45 cm deep
An Australian cedar open face bookcase, circa 1850, Originally the property of Hamon Charles Ellison Rich following his admission to the bar, he later became President of the Law Society and had a brother who was a high court judge, he passed away in 1926
An Art Deco rosewood bookcase cupboard, circa 1930s-40s, the serpentine shaped bookcase with two cupboard doors, one full length, the other with an open partition above and two drawers below, the interior with shelving to both sides, raised on an undulatin
A late Victorian Aesthetic mahogany bookcase, the rectangular top with spindle gallery and ball finials above velvet lined concave backed recess with turned column supports above bookcase with open shelving, 137 cm width x 28 cm depth x 140 cm high.
An early Regency period, mahogany open bookcase, circa 1810, the brass gallery top above three graduated shelves with scroll moulded sides and a Rosso marble top on a cupboard on turned legs with brass castors, 54.5 cm width x 31.5 cm depth x 152 cm height
A pair of Regency simulated rosewood open pine wall mounted Bookshelves, circa 1830. The curved shaped surmount above three shelves with carved 'S' shaped supports and waisted form back splats, 79 cm width x 16.5 cm depth x 88.5 cm height. Provenance: Purc
A good Regency rosewood open bookcase, circa 1830. The raised shelf with pierced brass gallery mount on 'S' form ormolu mounted supports, the base with two adjustable shelves and cut brass inlay, on a platform base with ormolu mount, 87.5 cm width x 29 cm
An unusual French walnut bookcase cabinet, early 20th century. Possibly of ecclesiastical origin with a stepped extended top and a central arched section with a pair of deeply recessed slender doors opening to shelving, flanked by open bookcases supported
A Regency rosewood double open bookcase, the back with plain architectural pediment and a shelf with three 'S' supports, the two open sections each with three shelves; turned half columns to each side and the central divider, raised on six bun feet. 75 cm
An exceptional Queen Anne - George I period walnut double-dome bureau bookcase of small proportions, with ogee moulded cornice above a pair of shaped moulded mirrored doors, the mirrors with soft edge bevels and cut with attractive starbursts and crescents
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