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A late 19th century cedar single drawer desk with a shaped back board, 90 x 96 x 55 cm

Victorian cedar twin pedestal partners desk with leather insert, 9 drawers At front, cupboards reverse side, 130 cm wide, 84 cm deep 78 cm high

19th century cedar partners desk with 9 drawers on one side and 3 drawers & 2 cupboard doors on reverse side. Provenance: early Tasmanian Businessman & Retailer, J Connor. 150 cm long, 98 cm deep 79 cm high

Victorian cedar desk, with insert writing surface and turned legs, 144 cm wide, 91 cm deep, 75 cm high

A large Western Australia jarrah Clerks desk late 19th / early 20th century, the desk having a large draft / plan size work table surface with eight upper drawers and centre stationery compartments, the lower desk with three half size drawers all with turn

A Victorian cedar desk, mid 19th century, the desk with a green leather writing plane, a central drawer flanked by pairs of small drawers with turned timber pull handles, raised on turned tapering legs with porcelain casters. Height 77 cm. Width 136 cm. De

A solid birdseye huon pine twin pedestal desk, 19th century, 85 cm high, 127 cm, 56 cm deep

Bank of Van Diemen's Land desk, Australian red cedar, mid 19th century, together with original Bank of Van Dieman's Land ink stamp and accompanying letter., 102 cm high, 152 cm wide, 82 cm deep

Victorian mahogany Dickens desk, c. 1850, the galleried back flanked by two banks of drawers above a three section leather inset top, over a frieze fitted with three drawers, raised on two pedestals, each pedestal featuring three short drawers, height 107

An Australian cedar partners desk by W.H. Rocke & Co. of Melbourne, with unusual banks of 6 graduated drawers on each side, makers plaque in top drawer, 19th century, Purchased from the Franklin Hesterman estate Hawthorn, 75 cm high, 190 cm wide, 119 c

A rare Indo Dutch Colonial standing Clerks desk, 19th century, the shaped gallery top rail embellished with embossed brass roundels and mouldings above central drawer flanked by two curve fronted drawers, on turned cup and cover pedestal base on the scroll

A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, retailed by James Shoolbred & Co., London (stamped and labelled), 1880s, the rectangular top with original gilt-tooled leather writing surface above three frieze drawers and a pair of pedestals, each with three drawe

An Australian Kauri pine pedestal desk, late 19th century, 68cm high, 107cm wide, 51cm deep

A small Victorian cedar leather topped desk. Second half 19th century, the desk with an olive green tooled leather top above two drawers each with a pair of turned timber handles, raised upon slender baluster and turned legs. Height 78 cm. Width 105 cm. De

A Victorian cedar desk, 19th century, the maroon leather topped table desk with two half width frieze drawers and raised on slender baluster and turned legs terminating in brass casters; as found. Height 81 cm. Width 152 cm. Depth 92 cm

A late 19th century Australian cedar desk with four drawers with brass bale handles; on turned, reeded legs; with later superstructure. Width 139 cm

A bonheur du jour / ladies writing desk, 19th century., probably English. Satinwood, mixed various veneer work construction. The desk has a single lower drawer with five desk top stationery drawers. The upper desk is decorated with a twin brass gallery, gi

Early Victorian cedar kneehole desk with four drawers and leather insert

Victorian mahogany & cedar desk, with open fitted storage compartment, tooled leather writing surface on turned reeded legs and brass castors. Makers mark stamped to drawer 'DOVESTON, BIRD & HULL MANUFACTURER', 138 cm wde, 86 cm deep, 87 cm high (closed) a

A Victorian cedar partners' desk, circa 1880s, of substantial form and with much patina, with a deep apron enclosing two narrow drawers with turned handles above baluster and knopped legs, the top with a deep green tooled top. Height 74 cm. Width 147 cm. D

Victorian cedar desk with 5 drawers, 137.5 cm wide, 60 cm deep, 76 cm high

Cedar 19th century twin pedestal partners desk with cupboards and drawers turned rear legs and cross banded top with leather insert

19th century cedar two drawer desk with Grecian key pattern inlay on turned legs

19th century blackwood dual slope top clerk's desk on turned legs

A late 19th century Australian cedar pedestal desk the supper structure with a rectangular top above a pair of cupboard doors enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes, the desk with a tooled green leather writing surface above three short drawers and raise

An interesting Australian 19th century cedar Clerks desk the gallery top rail above sloped top with book support and three drawers with and turned legs, a drawer stamped with 'Proudly Restored By Dewitt Antiques Hobart'

Maple & Co. cedar 19th century ladies desk with leather insert

Early Colonial five drawer casuarina desk on four splayed tapered legs with spade feet, first quarter 19th century. The desk is decorated with a double stringing of what appears to be huon pine and baleen, there are two shallow 'secret' drawers Concealed i

A fine 19th century and later, Australian cedar roll top desk the fitted interior with birds eye maple veneer drawers and compartments

A Victorian cedar ladies desk, circa 1890, the rectangular top with leather set writing plane and set below a central drawer flanked by a pair of twin drawers to each side raised on turned legs. Height 77.5 cm. Width 150 cm. Depth 72 cm

A large Colonial teak partners desk Anglo-Indian, first half of the 19th century 169 x 160 x 83 cm

Kauri bureau desk c.1870 This restrained fall front desk is reminiscent of European bureau desks of the early part of the 19th C, and relies on good quality kauri and subtle detailing for effect, the shield shaped patterns on the lower doors were a popular

A 19th century Australian cedar partners desk, with government mark 'VR (with low Crown) Mar 878'. Width 163 cm. Depth 122 cm. Height 78 cm

A 19th century cedar and pine Captain's desk, the sloping top with a central crest opening to a fitted interior raised on turned supports 87 x 100 x 58 cm

A 19th century mahogany and line inlaid lady's writing desk, in the Sheraton style, circa 1840, the upper section with a three-quarter gallery with central shell inlay above an arrangement of pigeon holes and drawers and a pair of faux book spine drawers,