7 May 2008
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS
The pair of doors with oval inlaid bandings above two short and two long drawers on splayed feet, inscribed in black ink to the reverse '180' and '5'
85 in. (216 cm.) high; 49¼ in. (125 cm.) wide; 23 in. (158.8 cm.) deep
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Probably 1851 Inventory, Turret Room, adjoining Nursery, 'Chest of drawers with Cupboards - £1.4.0'
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