A mahogany astragal glazed bookcase, the bookcase of arched profile with a pair of eight pane shaped doors, three internal shelves, plain cupboards below, a curvaceous apron and raised on splayed bracket feet, height 191 cm, width 97 cm, depth 36 cm
A 19th century mahogany bookcase secretaire, the top with astragal glazing, decorative stringing and restrained pediment, the secretaire drawer with traditional small drawers and pigeon holes, brass lion heads with captured ring handles, the drawer and cup
A Northern European flame mahogany fall front bookcase and secretaire, mid 19th century, fall front opening to reveal an arrangement of drawers and fitted writing slope above three graduated drawers, 160 cm high, 100 cm wide, 53 cm deep
Late Regency mahogany breakfront bookcase, c. 1830, of compact size, the astragal glazed upper section with four cabinet doors above a fitted secretaire with kneehole and flanked by cupboard doors, height 250 cm depth 50 cm width 188 cm
A Victorian mahogany bookcase, late 19th century, of narrow profile with an extended cornice above two arching glazed doors, flanked by acanthus carved corbels, opening to two shelves, the extended lower section with a frieze drawer above two cupboards, wi
George IV mahogany secretaire bookcase, with brass inlay decoration, the astragal glazed upper section enclosing shelves, the lower section with well fitted secretaire drawer, above three long drawers on turned bun feet, height 242 cm width 120 cm depth 57
An English mahogany cylinder roll top bureau bookcase, early 19th century, interior fitted with drawers and compartments veneered in maple with original embossed leather top, 225 cm high, 130 cm wide, 59 cm deep
An unusual provincial mahogany bureau bookcase, French circa 1760, fall front opening to reveal an arrangement of compartments above a serpentine base enclosing three drawers, 216 cm high, 116 cm wide, 64 cm deep. Provenance: purchased John Dunn Antiques 3
An outstanding Regency mahogany bookcase, with swan neck above a pair of astragal glazed doors, the lower section with secretaire drawer, above graduated drawers on paw feet. Approx. 227 cm high, 106 cm wide, 52 cm deep
A superb 19th century French mahogany glazed bookcase, in the Louis XVI manner, the two doors with large glazed panels above a square panel to the base of each, original brass trim mounts to doors, frame and flanking columns, the turned feet and finials wi
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