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Auction Description for Anderson: Furniture
Auction Description:
Furniture
Viewing Notes:
5th & 6th December 10am to 4.30pm. 7th December 9.30am to 12.30pm.
Sale Notes:
There is a charge for postage and packing. Full terms and conditions can be found at www.Invaluable.com/anderson&garland or by contacting the auctioneers.

349 lots

December 12, 2002

Anderson House, Crispin Court

Newbiggin Lane, Westerhope

Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE5 1BF United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1914 303000

Fax: +44 (0)1914 303001

Email: info@andersonandgarland.com

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Lot 1500: An early 19th Century stained wood bowfront standing corner cupboard with a dentil cornice above an astragal door enclosing painted shelves, raised on moulded square tapering legs, 38in. x 65in. high.

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Description: An early 19th Century stained wood bowfront standing corner cupboard with a dentil cornice above an astragal door enclosing painted shelves, raised on moulded square tapering legs, 38in. x 65in. high.

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Lot 1501: An oak kneehole bureau bookcase with a flared cornice above a pair of glazed panelled doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the rectangular fall-flap below opening to reveal a fitted interior of pigeon holes and two short drawers, an arrangement of

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Description: An oak kneehole bureau bookcase with a flared cornice above a pair of glazed panelled doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the rectangular fall-flap below opening to reveal a fitted interior of pigeon holes and two short drawers, an arrangement of nine short drawers surrounding the kneehole fitted embossed copper handles, raised on bracket feet, 48in. x 85in. high.

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Lot 1502: A continental Biedermeier style mahog-any chest of three long graduated drawers flanked by cluster column pilasters, raised on a plinth base with ceramic castors, 42.5in. x 32.5in. high.

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Description: A continental Biedermeier style mahog-any chest of three long graduated drawers flanked by cluster column pilasters, raised on a plinth base with ceramic castors, 42.5in. x 32.5in. high.

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Lot 1503: A large mahogany breakfront bookcase with a blind fret carved cornice above four glazed astragal doors enclosing adjustable shelves, together with a single panel door bearing the trade label of J.S. Kinsey, 173 Ashley Road, Hale, raised on dwarf

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Description: A large mahogany breakfront bookcase with a blind fret carved cornice above four glazed astragal doors enclosing adjustable shelves, together with a single panel door bearing the trade label of J.S. Kinsey, 173 Ashley Road, Hale, raised on dwarf cabriole legs with pad feet, 15in. x 96in. x 47.5in. high.

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Lot 1504: A walnut cocktail cabinet specially commissioned for the occasion of the opening of the Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, 22nd February, 1939, by His Majesty King George VI and Her Majesty Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, the frieze with Greek key

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Description: A walnut cocktail cabinet specially commissioned for the occasion of the opening of the Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, 22nd February, 1939, by His Majesty King George VI and Her Majesty Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, the frieze with Greek key decoration and open shelves surrounding a crossbanded fall-flap, open recesses and shelves below with a pair of crossbanded panelled doors enclosing a mirror-backed marble-lined cupboard, raised on square feet, 53.5in. x 60in. high.

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