London, South Kensington
20 - 21 January 2009
A GEORGE II ARCHITECTURAL BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE
Each door with six glass panes and a pair of fielded panels, below a pedimented cornice applied with dentils, the interior with adjustable shelving, the bracket feet reduced in height
99 in. (252 cm.) high; 130 in. (3330 cm.) wide; 20½ in. (52 cm.) deep
A solicitor's office, Hereford until 1905.
Purchased by Roger Warner from Stephens of Hereford on 19 February 1962.
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