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A George III mahogany secretaire cabinet

circa 1760

in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, the top incorporating a late 17th century Flemish walnut, snakewood and ebonised and rosewood cabinet, fitted with a pair of cupboard doors enclosing two drawers, two sliding pigeonholes each concealing two secret drawers, now containing various books,  fifteen various drawers, two further cupboards and a secret drawer containing four small drawers, with a secretaire compartment below containing a cupboard, eight drawers and pigeonholes, with two drawers below    
209cm. high, 108cm. wide, 57cm. deep; 6ft. 10¼in., 3ft. 6½in., 1ft. 10½in.
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