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Lot 96: A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,

Winter Country House Sale

by Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers

February 26, 2013

Stansted Mountfitchet, United Kingdom

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  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
  • A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets,
   
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Description: A pair of Victorian mineral specimen cabinets, each with eight drawers containing samples, mostly labelled, to include: 'Quartz', 'Barytes', 'Osmium', 'Quicksilver', 'Native Antimony', 'Soapstone Family' and many more, each cabinet with a paper label for 'J. Tennant, Minerologist, 149 Strand, London', and the drawers with paper and printed labels, 64cm wide 45cm deep 72cm high

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