A double-heightened piece, dating from the second half of the 18th century. It consists of a secretaire in the lower section, the upper part being a glass-fronted bookcase. Very useful pieces of furniture, they were made until Edwardian times.
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William IV mahogany secretaire cabinet bookcase with moulded cornice, shelving enclosed by two glazed doors, secretaire drawer with fall front inset leather writing surface, small drawers and pigeon holes, three graduated cockbeaded drawers below on turned
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
The Humphrey Gray Secretaire Bookcase, rare and important Australian Colonial Cedar, Tasmanian origin, circa 1835, 232 cm high, 124 cm wide, 58 cm deep, Provenance, Orginally made for wealthy free settler Humphrey Gray (1784-1868) who emergrated to Van Die
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 fine Australian cedar secretaire bookcase, Tasmanian origin, most likely Launceston, circa 1860, cross banded in cedar, interior fitted with huon pine drawer fronts and full cedar secordary timbers, generously proportioned, 282 cm high, 152 cm wide, 62 c
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 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 fine Victorian breakfront secretaire bookcase, circa 1870., with maker's mark of A. Blain & Son, Liverpool, with an architectural pediment above four arched and carved glazed cupboards, the extended lower section with a central secretaire with a finely f
A George III mahogany, two door bookcase bureau with secretaire, circa 1790 the top with two astragal glazed doors and three interior shelves, the lower with pullout secretaire drawer having interior drawers, stationery compartments over three lower drawer
A George III fiddleback mahogany tulipwood crossbanded secretaire bookcase, English, circa 1810, 240 cm high, 120 cm wide, 40 cm deep. Provenance: Christie’s, The Leo Schofield Collection, 6 November 1992, Lot 363
Regency mahogany secretaire bookcase, the moulded cornice over a pair of glass doors enclosing two glass shelves, the secretaire drawer fitted with eight small drawers and pigeon holes, above a pair of doors, height 223 cm width 112 cm depth 53.5 cm
A William IV mahogany breakfront secretaire bookcase, with satin wood stringing and ivory escutcheon, the fallfron drawer revealing pigeon holles and drwers, (Gr patent double pin locks) 152 width x 46 depth x 233 cm height
A Victorian cedar secretaire bookcase, second half 19th century, with an architectural pediment above two glazed doors with three shelves, a central lockable fall front section below flanked by four small graduated drawers with Wellington chest style locki
A 19th century Australian cedar breakfront secretaire bookcase, with carved scrolls and shell cartouche to the arched pediment above three arched glazed doors, a central secretaire drawer above recessed doors and flanked by doors with applied carved scroll
An Edwardian walnut secretaire bookcase, early 20th century, the bookcase with a simple architectural pediment above a pair of framed glazed doors and three shelves, an extended lower section with a panelled relief carved drop front drawer with brass swing
George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, c. 1800, the upper section with a moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors, the lower section with a fall flap inlaid with satinwood and ebony, above two short and three long drawers with brass handles, raise
A Georgian mahogany astragal glazed, secretaire bookcase, bureau, the top part with two doors and three interior shelves, the base with pullout shelf, over fold-out door with tooled leather writing surface; the interior with stationery compartments and dra
A Victorian Tasmanian cedar secretaire bookcase with 3 shelves and glazed doors to upper section and lower section containing secretaire draw with 4 small birds-eye Huon pine drawers and pigeon holes over a pair of cupboard doors, circa 1860, 245 cm high,
An English Regency bow fronted mahogany bookcase, circa 1810 having a bowed pediment to the top, two astragal glazed doors opening to reveal adjustable shelves, below which there is a full width secretaire drawer with ormolu ring handles, opening to reveal
A late 19th century Australian cedar secretaire bookcase, with two glazed upper doors, above a secretaire drawer enclosing short drawers and storage compartments, two panelled doors to the lower section, plinth base, 116.5 x 237 x 52 cm
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