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The early 19th century mahogany Library fittings

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

The early 19th century mahogany Library fittings, all with stepped cornices, satinwood and ebony line inlay, in the Sheraton style, comprising:- Three breakfront bookcases (one secretaire) with Gothic tracery glazed doors and fitted interiors over cupboards and flanked by open shelves: 260 cms high x 295 cms wide 260 cms high x 184 cms wide 260 cms high x 188 cms wide.

ID:  8115

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Yorkshire And The Humber

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