10 September 2009
A GEORGE II OAK CLOTHES-PRESS
With a pair of fielded panelled doors enclosing four trays, above four short drawers, two with handwritten paper labels including 'Six coarse Irish Cloth Shirts marked on the Hipp hr blew, Eight Night Capps Four of them Holland, four Damask' and other labels, with a hinged flap to the plinth, inscribed in chalk to reverse '9067'
63 in. (160 cm.) high; 48½ in. (124 cm.) wide; 25 in. (64 cm.) deep
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