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Auction Description for Saffron Walden Auctions:
Auction Description:
Viewing Notes:
8th JUne 9am - 5pm. Morning of sale 8.30am - 10.30am.

381 lots

June 9, 2000

1 Market Street

Saffron Walden, CB10 1JB United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1799 513281

Fax: +44 (0)1954 201396

Email: info@willinghamauctions.com

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Lot 1: Edwardian walnut cased upright Piano inlaid floral designs with brass candlesticks by John Spencer & Co., London J.S. Daniels together

Description: Edwardian walnut cased upright Piano inlaid floral designs with brass candlesticks by John Spencer & Co., London J.S. Daniels together with box top piano stool on square taper legs

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Lot 2: Pair early 19th century mahogany carved barback elbow chairs with drop-in seats on turned fluted legs

Description: Pair early 19th century mahogany carved barback elbow chairs with drop-in seats on turned fluted legs

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Lot 4: Edwardian oak shaped-top occasional table with turned legs and

Description: Edwardian oak shaped-top occasional table with turned legs and

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Lot 5: stretchers 23in diam 19th century mahogany barback commode elbow chair on turned legs

Description: stretchers 23in diam 19th century mahogany barback commode elbow chair on turned legs

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