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A prospect of the inside of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster, from the Quire to the East End, with the furniture thereof, as it apeared before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the position of the altar, theatre, thrones, chairs, pulpit, benches, seats and galleries.

Plans coupes et elévations d'un sécretaire en forme d'armoire.

Two white oxen pulling cart bearing furniture and driver, following attendant in blue coat

Two white oxen pulling cart bearing furniture and driver, following attendant in blue coat

Tabouret d'appartement. Fauteuil riche. Tabouret ordinaire.

Thèbes. Bybân el-Molouk [Bîbân al-Mulûk]. Divers sièges et fauteuils peints dans le 5-e tombeau des rois à l'est.

Thèbes. Bybân el-Molouk [Bîbân al-Mulûk]. Vases, meubles et sujets divers peints dans les tombeaux des rois.

Varie sedie, un desco, e un trono.

Letti.

Mobili e ornamenti.

Un letto reale; un piccolo trono d'oro con statuetta di re; una pelle di tigre; una lettiga o palanchino; una piccola sfinge; due troni.

Mobili varj per contener vesti ed altri ornamenti.

Quattro sedie reali coi loro suppedanei.

Fauteuils from the Tomb of the Kings, Thebes.

Dynastie IV. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah], Grab 86.

Dynastie IV. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah], Grab 36.

Dynastie IV. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah], Grab 24. [ Grabkammer No. 2 im K. Museum zu Berlin.]

The king receiving his vizir. (Nimroud) [Calah]. (From the centre ruins, Nimroud [Calah])

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVIII. Theben [Thebes]. Qurnet Murrâi [Blatt 3], linke Hinterwand [d].

Woman sitting on a chair next to table, offering small dish to girl.

Woman reclining on large platform next to low table, smoking pipe; young girl attending her.

Man sitting on ornately carved chair in front of screen ; young attendant next to chair.

Bed room furniture in marqueterie by Trollope of London.

Group of furniture by Snell of London.

Sideboard with glass & furniture by Snell of London, designed by the baron Marochetti.

[Jacksonville: a furniture store.]

[Mr. & Mrs. Marcus H. Rogers in their parlor on the 2nd floor of the "Berkshire Courier" building, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

[Furniture and coffin store, church, Girard, Pennsylvania.]

[View of a furniture store.]

A Rock Garden Seat. Michigan Cottage Grounds.

A Rock Garden Seat. Michigan Cottage Grounds.

[Mr. & Mrs. Marcus H. Rogers in their parlor on the 2nd floor of the "Berkshire Courier" building, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

View of Stanard Furniture Co.

[Group portrait of people in front of cottage, including furniture in a moving wagon.]

Hoyt Brothers, Katonah, N.Y. [Furniture Store.]

[Interior of Marcus H. Rogers' residence, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

[Interior of Marcus H. Rogers' residence, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

Hoyt Brothers, Katonah, N.Y. [Furniture Store.]

[Furniture and coffin store, church, Girard, Pennsylvania.]

[Group portrait of people in front of cottage, including furniture in a moving wagon.]

View of Stanard Furniture Co.

[View of a furniture store.]

[Jacksonville: a furniture store.]

[View of a quite street in San Francisco.]

[View of a quite street in San Francisco.]

Berkey & Gay Furniture Co.'s sales rooms, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Berkey & Gay Furniture rooms, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Interior view - Dining room of the Orphan's Home, Davenport, Iowa.

Interior view - Dining room of the Orphan's Home, Davenport, Iowa.

Berkey & Gay Furniture Co.'s salesrooms, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Berkey & Gay Furniture rooms, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Berkey & Gay Furniture Co.'s salesrooms, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Berkey & Gay Furniture Co.'s sales rooms, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

[View of furniture, dishes and platters.]

City Drug Store and Furniture warehouse.

[View of furniture, dishes and platters.]

City Drug Store and Furniture warehouse.

Belgian furniture, Main building.

Belgian furniture, Main building.

Norwegian 15th century furniture.

Egyptian furniture and vases.

Norwegian 15th century furniture.

Egyptian furniture and vases.

F. C. Vandyk & Co. Upholsterers & Dealers in Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths & c. 298 Main St. Paterson, N.J. ; Continetal (Fire) Ins. Co. Assets over $3,000.000., Agents in Passaic Co., N.J., J. A. Morrisse, 278 Main St. Paterson. John B. Pudney, Passaic. ; Residence of Henry B. Crosby Cor. Broadway & Paterson Sts. Paterson, N.J.

Interior of the church of the convent of Saint Catherine. The framework of the door leading into the nave is richly decorated ; its panels are embellished with enamels. From the ceiling hang numerous silver lamps and ostrich eggs suspended by long cord.

In Mekka gebräuchliche Gegenstände [fig. 1-13].

SUPPER TO AMERCICAN WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [held by] WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION OF THE PORT OFNEW YORK AND THE NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [at] "HOTEL MANHATTAN; MADISON AVE. AND 42ND ST., NY" (HOTEL;)

SUPPER TO AMERCICAN WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [held by] WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION OF THE PORT OFNEW YORK AND THE NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [at] "HOTEL MANHATTAN; MADISON AVE. AND 42ND ST., NY" (HOTEL;)

SUPPER TO AMERCICAN WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [held by] WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION OF THE PORT OFNEW YORK AND THE NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [at] "HOTEL MANHATTAN; MADISON AVE. AND 42ND ST., NY" (HOTEL;)

SUPPER TO AMERCICAN WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [held by] WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION OF THE PORT OFNEW YORK AND THE NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMENS' ASSOCIATION [at] "HOTEL MANHATTAN; MADISON AVE. AND 42ND ST., NY" (HOTEL;)

BANQUET [held by] NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION [at] "LONG BEACH HOTEL, [L.I., NY];" (HOTEL;)

BANQUET [held by] NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION [at] "LONG BEACH HOTEL, [L.I., NY];" (HOTEL;)

BANQUET [held by] NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION [at] "LONG BEACH HOTEL, [L.I., NY];" (HOTEL;)

BANQUET [held by] NEW YORK FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION [at] "LONG BEACH HOTEL, [L.I., NY];" (HOTEL;)

Barrel furniture

Home-made furniture

A furniture and repair shop at Snow Hill

The repair shop

Carved walnut bombé armoire with chased mounts. Property of Dr. Burghard. Carved oak stairway, Guildford.

Mahogany and gilt Georgian suite in the gallery and green drawing-room of Longford Castle. By permission of the Earl of Radnor, ca. 1730.

Satinwood and mahogany inlaid dressing cabinet. In the king's bedroom, West Dean Park, property of Hon. William James, ca. 1785.

Escritoire a toilette. Believed to have been the property of Queen Marie Antoinette. French transitional Rococo-Louis XVI, but probably made, ca. 1780. Jones Bequest, Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington.

Inlaid jewel casket of walnut wood. Panelled front sides and top. In the Wallace Collection, Hertford house.

Wedgwood-Flaxman chimneypiece. Property of W. H. Lever, Esq., M. P., ca. 1790.

Late eighteenth-century decorative furniture. In the drawing-room of R. W. Hudson, Esq., Park Lane, W. Satinwood and mahogany inlaid pianoforte, with Wedgwood plaques, ormolu mounts, panel and stars, presented by Manuel Godoy to the Queen of Spain in 1796. Painted satinwood chairs and shaped cabinet.

Inlaid mahogany cylinder-fall china and book case. Formerly in the Parnham collection, ca. 1790. "D"-shaped satinwood drawing and writing table. Property of Dr. Burghard. Work table, by Sheraton. Banner screens, late eighteenth century. Property of W. H. Spottiswoode, Esq.

Petite credence, François I, Musée de Cluny, Paris, ca. 1520.

Satinwood dressing-table with medallions, painted in grisaille and floral festoons in natural colours, attributed to Angelica Kauffmann, R.A. or Cipriani, R.A. Property of Thomas Kirkley, Esq., Cleadon Park. Late eighteenth century.

Oak trestle table. The property of Walter Withall, esq., ca. 1570. "Mine host's" chair. Formerly the property of Dr. Abel, ca. 1540.

Some constructional and decorative woods in vogue during the seventeenth century.

Coffret de mariage. Boulle. Musée du Louvre, Paris.

Inlaid walnut bombé bureau-cabinet. Parnham collection, Beaminster, ca. 1725.

Shovelboard table in the Hall of Littlecote. The property of Mr. L. Popham, and by permission of Mrs. Leopold Hirsch, ca. 1660.

Bureau du roi Louis XV. French tansitional Louis XV-XVI style. Commenced in 1760, completed in 1769. Musée du Louvre, Paris. (Copy in the Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London.)

Austro-Hungarian peasant furniture. A living room of today furnished with traditional patterns of (at least) eighteenth-century antiquity.

Bureau de campagne and bureau en boîte of Napoleon the First, Chateau de la Malmaison, France.

Mahogany divisible dining-tables, dining room splat-back chairs. Property of Dr. Burghard, ca. 1755.

A group of early eighteenth-century furniture, from the collection of W. H. Lever, Esq., M.P. Walnut cabinet-top scrutoire, veneered upon oak with bleached herring-boned bandings. Inlaid sycamore ("yellow") clock. Carved tabouret, probably French.

Characteristic colourings and grain markings of principal constructional and decorative woods used in early times.

An early Virginian colonist's parlour. Oak "drawinge" table, in the possession of the Pickering family, Salem, U. S. A., from 1636. Oak bible box, Connecticut Historical Society, U.S.A. Elder Brewster's chair, Pilgrims' Hall, Plymouth, Mass., U.S.A.