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Secretary Bookcase

George II Burl Walnut Secretary Bookcase

In Two Parts; The Upper With A Stepped Molded & Banded Cornice Above Pair Of Inlaid, Banded Arched Paneled Doors, Opening To A Fitted Interior.

Chippendale Mahogany Secretary Bookcase

A Fine Chippendale Mahogany Secretary Bookcase, In Three Parts; The Upper With A Scrolled Fretwork Pediment, Ending In  Inlaid Rosettes,

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"

Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase

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"

Chippendale Figured Mahogany Secretary Bookcase

Chippendale Figured Mahogany Secretary Bookcase, In Three Parts; The Removable Cornice, Having Greek Key Carved Molding, Above A Crotch Mahogany Frieze, Above A Pair Of Glazed Doors, Opening To Adjustable Shelves. The Lower Section, Having A Hinged Lid, Opening To A Writing Surface With Small Drawers And Pigeon-Holes, Centering A Prospect Door, Opening To Small Drawers, Raised On Finely Carved Ogee Bracket Feet With Spurs. Massachusetts, Circa 1770-1785