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19th Century Australian Cedar Stationery Cabinet, with 2 hinged and 1 sliding panel door, of full cedar construction with all original cedar pigeonholes.
Very well constructed, made for a Government Department, bearing the government inventory stamp for 1881. Each individual pigeonhole measures 24cm wide x 18cm high x 38cm deep.
The front feet and rear of this piece have been lowered slightly, making it suitable for a flat screen television or similar.
We deliver to all areas of Australia.
We have experienced carriers doing regular deliveries to the Sydney, Wollongong & Canberra regions, as well as the local Southern Highlands area. We can arrange deliveries WORLDWIDE. Furniture delivery charges usually range from about $165 to about $300 depending on size, location and access. Smaller postable items usually cost around $20. Please contact us if you would like a firm quote.
A printed guarantee of authenticity is offered for all items we sell. We guarantee that our items are what we say they are. Our invoices state the age, materials used in construction or manufacture and country of origin. The term, Circa, followed by a year date, refers to the approximate year the item or items were made.