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Late Victorian three tier mahogany revolving bookcase, c. 1890, raised on castors, height 110 cm 55 cm 53 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Janis Salisbury, Sydney

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Late Victorian three tier mahogany revolving bookcase, c. 1890, raised on castors, height 112 cm 56 cm depth 55 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Janis Salisbury, Sydney

An Edwardian two-tier revolving bookcase in beech, height 115 cm

An Edwardian circular mahogany revolving bookcase, 81 cm high, 58 cm diameter

Vintage pedestal revolving bookcase, on castors, 50 cm x 50 cm, 73 cm high

Revolving bookcase, part slatted to all 4 sides. height 84 cm, width 46 cm, depth 46 cm.

Vintage revolving bookcase, with cross banded top, 57 x 57 cm, 66 cm high

Sheraton Revival revolving bookcase fitted with small drawers

A rosewood revolving library bookcase, English, circa 1915, 111 cm high, 50 cm wide, 50 cm deep

An Edwardian mahogany revolving book case, early 20th century, the three tier bookcase with side splats and a single drop table upon a quadripartite base, height 101 cm, width 52 cm, depth 52 cm

A walnut revolving library bookcase with makers label Em. Terquem, Paris, French, circa 1900, 82 cm high, 42 cm square

An unusual mahogany revolving library bookcase with collapsable writing panel, English, 19th century, 92 cm high, 52 cm wide, 85 cm deep

A walnut square revolving bookcase, English, circa 1900, 116 cm high, 58 cm square

Revolving bookcase with inset leather top. Revolving on 4 splayed feet. Height 56 cm width 43 cm and Depth 43 cm

American oak revolving bookcase, early 20th century, the moulded square top above three shelves, on brass and wooden castors, height 115 cm width 51 cm depth 54 cm

A stylish marquetry hexagonal revolving bookcase, Continental, circa 1910 80 cm high, 48 cm diameter

A mahogany table-top revolving book-case, in Georgian style with inlaid decoration to the top, containing a number of earlier 20th volumes of literature. Height 28.5 cm. Width 28 cm. Depth 28 cm.

An Art Deco revolving timber bookshelves, circa 1920s. 171 cm high, 77 cm diameter

An inlaid mahogany finish revolving bookcase French, circa 1920, 84 cm high, 47 cm wide

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 late 19th century revolving bookcase, leather inset top, 93.5 x 49.5 cm

Edwardian Kauri pine revolving bookcase 49 cm x 49 cm, 83 cm high approx.

Art deco revolving bookcase with glass top 50 cm x 50 cm, 63 cm high

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

Revolving bookcase with marquetry inlay top, 48 cm x 48 cm, 79.5 cm high

A c.1900 American 'Danner's Revolving Bookcase', in mahogany, of three tiers with triple/slatted sides, on sturdy cast iron mounted four-way revolving base with casters, the column marked with maker's details and patent date of 1876 'John Danner, Canton, O

A large walnut revolving bookcase, bearing makers label, Paris, French, circa 1940. 174 cm high

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

A Late Victorian oak three tier revolving bookcase. Width 50 cm

A Victorian style beech and burr veneered revolving bookcase and etagere. Height 72 cm

A burr-walnut four sided bookcase, English, circa 1915, with central parquetry snowflake trophy, 83 cm high, 45 cm square

Revolving floor bookcase, approx 102 cm high, 53 cm wide

A rare late 19th century 'Arts & Crafts' mahogany revolving bookcase fitted with drawers and carved panels in the Gothic manner

An Australian specimen wood revolving bookcase, circa 1890-1900, of exhibition quality, the square top with multiple banded borders and central star motif, above two shelves with ivory inlaid vertical dividers, above a single drawers and raised on a pedest

Danners revolving walnut bookcase. Open gallery top with two levels under. 'Danners 1871' patent stencil to bottom shelf. Height 109 cm. Width 53 cm. Diameter 53 cm

Edwardian walnut revolving bookcase. Four section top with fretted ends, on cabriole leg base. Height 85 cm. Width 53 diameter 53

English oak revolving bookcase with folding and adjustable stand