5 April 2001
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
The moulded rectangular cornice above a plain frieze and a pair of Gothic-glazed doors enclosing four adjustable shelves flanked on each side by a conforming door enclosing four shelves, above four graduated long drawers, flanked on each side by four short drawers, on later bracket feet, the handles original, one pane cracked, inscribed in chalk on the reverse /74 161' twice and '1WW' and with 'KENDAL MILNE & CO, MANCHESTER' depository label on the reverse, the cornice possibly altered and reveneered
96¾ in. (246 cm.) high; 83 in. (211 cm.) wide; 20 in. (51 cm.) deep
Anonymous sale, in these Rooms, 11 November 1974, lot 161.
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