18 June 2008
A WILLIAM IV BIRDS-EYE MAPLE AND AMARANTH WELLINGTON CHEST
With a stepped top and eight drawers secured by a locking stile, on a plinth base, inscribed in chalk under base 'P. CORRIE'
54 in. (137 cm.) high; 21½ in. (55 cm.) wide; 15 in. (38 cm.) deep
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