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486 lots | 30 with images

September 7, 2001

Robert Room

26 Newnham Street

Bedford, MK40 3JR United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1234 266366

Fax: +44 (0)1234 269082

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Lot 1: A late Victorian nursing chair on stained beech supports with castors

Description: A late Victorian nursing chair on stained beech supports with castors

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Lot 2: An Edwardian walnut compactum, the double-doors enclosing fitted linen shelving above two short and two long graduated drawers

Description: An Edwardian walnut compactum, the double-doors enclosing fitted linen shelving above two short and two long graduated drawers

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Lot 3: A pair of early 20th Century beech bedroom chairs with upholstered seats

Description: A pair of early 20th Century beech bedroom chairs with upholstered seats

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Lot 4: A Victorian brass half-tester bedstead having floral print fabric drapes

Description: A Victorian brass half-tester bedstead having floral print fabric drapes

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Lot 5: A Victorian walnut circular work table having inlaid games top on tapered octagonal tripod base d. 47.5cm

Description: A Victorian walnut circular work table having inlaid games top on tapered octagonal tripod base d. 47.5cm

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