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An Edwardian blackwood Rolltop desk with bookcase, early 20th century, the desk with a two door four panel glazed bookcase above a tambour front, a fitted interior with pigeon holes and two drawers, an arched kneehole and a single pedestal with four drawer

A solid fiddleback blackwood bookcase, Tasmanian origin, late 19th century, 222 cm high, 116 cm wide, 52 cm deep, Provenance: Purchased from Hurnall's Antiques, Melbourne

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 early 20th century Australian Blackwood arts and crafts bookcase. 182 cm high, 115 cm wide, 38.5 cm deep

An Australian hardwood bookcase, late 19th century, most likely blackwood, 240 cm high, 121 cm wide, 49 cm deep

An early bookcase, Australian cedar and pine with blackwood feet, Tasmanian origin, circa 1840, 219 cm high, 123 cm wide, 51 cm deed

An Australian Tasmanian blackwood two door bookcase. 235 cm high, 128 cm wide, 60 cm deep

An Australian Arts and Crafts blackwood bookcase, cicra 1900, reputedly one of the original features from Buckley & Nunn department store, 192 cm high, 92 cm wide, 28 cm deep

A small Australian blackwood open bookcase in the arts and crafts style, circa 1900. 106 cm high, 66 cm wide, 28 cm deep

An Edwardian blackwood revolving bookcase, with a square top, above an open body with multiple shelves and slatted sides, above a swivel base, 90 x 83.5 x 90 cm

A revolving bookstand, Australian blackwood with dropside bookrest, early 20th century. 106 cm high, 51 cm wide, 53 cm deep

Blackwood 2 height bookcase with lead light door adjustable shelved section above a timber panel door section, by Dee-Jay Furniture, Launceston, Tas, 97 cm wide, 197 cm high

A Tasmanian folk art carved blackwood blanket box, early 20th century rectangular, the hinged top with canted edges, the body carved to the front with a waterlily panel, 56.5 x 36 x 35 cm History: the decoration featured on this piece, as well as that feat

A blackwood revolving bookcase, Australian, first half 20th century, 115 cm high, 58 cm wide, 58 cm deep

Rocke & Co Fiddleback blackwood dwarf bookshelf, late 19th century. Height 52 cm, 122 cm, depth 23 cm

An Australian late 19th century blackwood secretaire bookcase, the tapered cornice above a pair of glazed doors with adjustable shelves, the lower section with a secretaire drawer, enclosing fitted drawers and pigeon above a pair of panel doors on bracket

An imposing four section blackwood bookcase, circa 1920, the upper open section flanked with reeded sides and circle medallions below a plain everted pediment, the lower section fitted with four drop down doors with bar handles. Height 220 cm. Length 228 c

An Edwardian blackwood secretaire bookcase, circa 1910, the breakfront stepped everted canopy with dentil moulding over four tall astragal glazed doors above a recessed nook all raised upon a breakfront base with a central dropdown secretaire with feature

Antique cedar secretaire bookcase, the desk section is lined in huon pine, the interior drawer fronts are blackwood.

An Arts & Crafts blackwood book cabinet W. H. Rocke & Co, Melbourne, the shaped pierced gallery with central cut brass and ebonized cartouche, above two glazed doors with conforming inlay, flanked by square fluted columns terminating in candle stands, brac