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Queen Anne Figured Maple Highboy

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Queen Anne Figured Maple Highboy
Queen Anne Figured Maple Highboy

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George III, Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock

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George III, Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock The Shaped Pagoda Bonnet Having A Fret-Work Bell Screen, Flanked By Brass Finials Above A Glazed Arched Door, Depicting A Silver And Brass Face, Signed George Clerke, London And Painted Moon Phase, Second Hand And Calendar Date, Flankey By Brass Inlaid, Stop Fluted Columns. The Waist With A Shaped And Molded Long Door, Flanked By Similar Columns, Above A Molded Base And Raised On A Cut-Out Stepped Plinth. H. 94"

George II, Walnut Secretary Bookcase

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George II, Walnut Secretary Bookcase Of Rare Small Size. The Bold Arched Molded Crest Above A Mirrored Conforming Doors, Opening To Adjustable Shelves, Over Drawers, The Slant-Lid Below Enclosing Stepped Drawers, Pigeonholes And A Sliding Till. Above Two Over Two Large Drawers With Banded Edge, All Resting On Bracket Feet. England, Circa 1750, H. 82 3/4"  W. 31 1/4"  D. 18 1/2"

Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase

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Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase The Molded Broken Arch Ending In Carved Rosettes And Flanking Spiral Turned Finials, Above A Pair Of Serpentine Doors Opening To A Fitted Interior Flanked By Fluted Columns On Molded Plinths. Lower Section Having A Slant-Lid Opening To Various Drawers And Pigeon Holes, Having A Slide Suppor Above Serpentine Inlaid Drawers, Raised On Ogee Bracket Feet. This Stately Example, Retains A Beautiful Color With Antique Brasses, But Not The Original, Condition Is Very Good With Only Minor Restorations. Connecticut, Circa 1775-1785, H. 95"  W. 40 1/2"  D. 23"

A Scarce Federal Cherry Chest Of Drawers

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A Scarce Federal Cherry Chest Of Drawers, Having A Rectangular Top Above Four Graduated Thumb-Molded Drawers, Retaining The Original Pulls, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns, Ending In A Lamb's Tongue. The Banded Serpentine Skirt, All Raised On Slightly Flared Bracket Feet. H. 39"  W. 35 1/2"  D. 21 3/4", Bucks County Furniture Is A Rare Fine* Circa 1785-1800

Early Oak And Elmwood Welsh Cupboard, In Two Parts;

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Early Oak And Elmwood Welsh Cupboard, In Two Parts; The Upper With A Stepped Molded Cornice Above A Plan Frieze, Above Three Beaded Shelves, Ending In Projecting Shoe Feet. The Lower, With A Work Surface Above Three Drawers Over A Bank Of Three Drawers, Flanked By Double Paneled Doors, Raised On Square Legs. W. 62"  H. 80 3/4"  D. 19 1/4", Various Old Repaired Drawers, Welsh, Circa 1780-1800

Fine Chippendale Walnut Clothes Press

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A Fine Chippendale Walnut Clothes Press, The Upper Section With A Stepped Cornice Above A Pair Of Paneled Doors, Opening To A Compartmentalized Interior, The Projecting Lower Section Having A Canted Front, Above Six Thumb-Molded Drawer,

A Matched Pair Of Classical Mahogany And Leather Armchairs.

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A Matched Pair Of Classical Mahogany And Leather Armchairs. Each With Tufted Leather Seats And Scrolled Tufted Backs, Mahogany Scrolled Arms, And Down-Swept Legs. Very Comfortable Library Chairs, England, Circa 1820

George III, Mahogany 3 Part Writing Desk.

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George III, Mahogany 3 Part Writing Desk. The Top With Tooled Leather Inset And Reeded Edge Above 3 Drawers, Raised On Two Banks Of 3 Drawers, Ending In A Molded Plinth. Retains The Original Brasses. H. 32 1/4"  W. 44 3/4"  D. 24" England, Circa 1820

Hepplewhite Country Sideboard

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Hepplewhite Country Sideboard Of Diminutive Size. The Rectangular Top Above Two Over One Chamfered Drawers, Raised On Tall Square Tapered Legs. , Mid. Atlantic States, Early 19th. Century, H. 37 3/4" W. 34" D. 17 3/4"