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541. An early Victorian rosewood double sided library bookcase, the top inset with gilt tooled red leather, with two adjustable shelves to either side, with panelled ends and fluted corners, on brass castors, the iron mounts stamped ‘COPE’S PATENT’, 108cm high, 106cm wide, 79.4cm deep. £4,000-6,000
542. A George IV mahogany table coin collector’s cabinet, with a stylised urn finial above a pair of arched panelled doors, flanked by faceted and lappet carved columns, the interior with forty-two burr veneered and graduated drawers, the majority with coin apertures and with ivory knob handles, 39.4cm high, 38.3cm wide, 32.6cm deep. £300-500
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