A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk
Of Dickens type, the superstructure with shelved gallery between raised banks of four drawers enclosed by locking stiles, having a lined slope enclosing a maple veneered fitted interior with three drawers and pigeon holes, flanked by lined surfaces, containing two drawers in the frieze, the lower parts each fitted with three drawers, on plinth bases, wear to front frieze
61in. (157cm.) wide, 47in. (120cm.) high, 36in. (91.5cm.) deep
A desk with a similar sloping top is in the Charles Dickens Museum 48, Doughty Street, Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.1 was used by the author

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