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Chippendale Cherry Linen Press

In Two Parts The Upper With A Cove Molded Cornice, Above A Pair Of Paneled Shaped Doors With Original H-Hinges, Flanked By Stop-Fluted Applied Panels

Queen Anne Tiger Maple Highboy In Two Parts

Queen Anne Tiger Maple Highboy In Two Parts;, The Upper With A Stepped Cornice Above A Central Carved Fan Flanked, By Graduated Small Thumb-Molded Drawers Above Four Graduated Thumb-Molded Long Drawers., The Lower Section, Appearing As Three Large Drawers; Raised On C-Scrolled Cabriole Legs Ending in Pad Feet., Various Minor Restorations, Retains A Warm Color With Choice Figured Tiger Maple And Fine Proportions., Dunlap School, New Hampshire, Circa 1775-1790, W. 40" H. 81 1/2" D. 20 3/4"

Upholstered George III, Mahogany Wing Chair

Upholstered George III, Mahogany Wing Chair, The Stepped Down Back Above Down-Swept Wings And Outscrolled Arms, Above A Over-Upholstered Cushion, All Raised On Square Beaded and Chamfered Legs, Joined By A Stretcher., CIRCA 1780-1795, Upholstered In Silk Damask Fabric In The "Love Bird" Pattern, H. 43 1/2" W. 24" D. 24 1/2"

Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Front Chest Of Drawers

Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Front Chest Of Drawers. The Rectangular Top With Molded Edge And Serpentine Shaped Front, Above Four Graduated Serpentine Drawers, Having A Beaded Surround, Ending In a Conforming Molded Base, Raised On Ball-And-Claw Feet. The Proportions, Patina And Condition Is, Note Worthy*, Massachusetts, Circa 1770-1780, H. 33 1/4" W. 40 3/4 D. 20 3/4"

Federal Mahogany Inlaid Demi-Lune Sideboard

Federal Mahogany Inlaid Demi-Lune Sideboard, The Demi-Lune Shaped Top Above A Central Beaded Drawer, Banded And With, Inlaid Corner Fans Above An Inlaid Skirt, Flanked By Oval Inlays, Doors With, Similar Inlay. All Raised On Square Tapered Legs, Ending In Spade Feet., Probably Baltimore Maryland, CIRCA 1790-1810, H. 38 1/2" W. 65" D. 26" At The Middle

Queen Anne Walnut Diminutive Secretary In Two Parts

Queen Anne Walnut Diminutive Secretary In Two Parts:, The Upper Section Having A Scrolled Broken Arched Pediment, Ending In Carved Rosettes And Centering A Plinth With A Carved Flame Finial, Above A Single Mirrored Door With Scalloped Sides And Ending In Candleslides And A Banded Edge., The Lower With Hinged Lid, Opening To A Fitted Interior, Pigeon Holes And Drawers, Above A Secret Well Above Three Graduated And Inlaid Drawers, Raised On Later Bracket Feet., The Diminutive Size, Patina And Retaining The Original Brasses, Makes This, Secretary A True Find!, England, Circa 1740-1760, H. 87" W. 29" D. 19 1/2"
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    A Pair Of Painted Decorated Plank Seat Fiddle Back Side Chairs

A Pair Of Painted Decorated Plank Seat Fiddle Back Side Chairs

A Pair Of Painted Decorated Plank Seat Fiddle Back Side Chairs, Retaining The Original Flame Decoration And Gilt Highlights. York, Pennsylvania, Circa 1830-1840, Ex. Collection Anne & J. Jefferson Miller

Sheraton Figured Birch Chest Of Drawers

Sheraton Figured Birch Chest Of Drawers, The Rectangular Top With Turret Corners, Above A Conforming Case, Fitted With Four Graduated Drawers, Having Beaded Surrounds, Followed By Beaded Turret Corners. The Scalloped Shaped Skirt And Sides, Raised On Turned Pin Legs. This Sheraton Chest, Of Fine Proportions Choice Wood, Original Brasses Except For One Plate Is Certainly A Rare Find. New England, Probably New Hampshire Or Maine, Circa 1820, W. 41 1/2" D. 20 1/2" H. 39 1/4"

Continental Oak Dwarf Clock

Continental Oak Dwarf Clock, The Bonnet With Tomb-Stone Shape, Having Dental Molding Above A Conforming Glazed Doors, Opening To Reveal A Brass Face, Having Engraved Tulips And Roman Numerals, Flanked By Columns Above A Molded Waist With Hinged Door, Above A Molded Base On Cut-Out Bracket Feet. German Late 18th./ Early 19th. Century, H. 65 1/2" W. 11" D. 7"

George III, Plum Pudding Mahogany Secretary Bookcase.

George III, Plum Pudding Mahogany Secretary Bookcase. In Three Parts; The Upper Having A Arcaded Molded Cornice, Above A Pair Of Glazed Doors Decorated With Stylized Vases, Surmounted By Prince-Of-Wales Feathers, Opening To The Original Adjustable Shelves. The Lower Case With Rosewood Banding And A Solid Cylinder Lid, Opening To A Fitted Interior Of Pigeon-Holes And Small Drawers, Above A Gilt-Tooled Leather Writing Surface, Above Three Graduated Inlaid Drawers, Ending In A Shaped Apron And Raised On Splayed Feet. This Outstanding Example, In Remarkable Original Condition, Retaining The Original Brasses And Most Of It's Original Glass Was Made; In England, Circa 1780-1790, H. 85 3/4" W. 43 1/2" D. 21 1/4"