30 September - 1 October 2003
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WRITING-TABLE,
third quarter 19th century, stamped H.O. PEERS,
the rounded rectangular leather-lined top above three frieze drawers on tapering octagonal legs ending in caps and casters stamped HUXLEY/PATENT over a crown
30in. (76.5cm.) high, 59¾in. (152cm.) wide, 35¼in. (89.5cm.) deep
The stamp H.O.Peers refers to items previously from the House of Peers now renamed the House of Lords.
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Please note the House of Peers was re-named the House of Lords, not the House of Commons.
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