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Antique Bookcases

This is a list of the current stock of antique bookcases. There are large bookcases listed in the sections entitled "breakfront bookcases" and there are secretaire/secretary/bureau bookcases listed under "secretaire bookcases". Click on images to enlarge them and do contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for.

Two Or Four 19th Century Oak Antique Cabinets For Sale

Very fine quality pair of 19th Century Antique Oak Cabinets. This pair of cabinets are very well drawn with classical proportions and decoration and with marble tops. There are actually four available so there is the unique opportunity to buy one pair or both pairs.

English circa 1860 £4,800

120cm / 47" wide
48cm / 19" deep
93cm / 36½" high

Two Regency Antique Bookcases

Near pair of bookcases made of mahogany with gadrooning, coffered panel, reeded pilasters and standing on carved hairy paw feet.

English circa 1820 £9,800

02 15 01

104cm / 41" wide
34cm / 13½" deep
98cm / 38½" high

Antique Amboyna Hanging Shelves

Interesting aesthetic hanging shelves made of amboyna with gilt and ebonised decoration. This is an exceptionally fine quality little bookcase with precision construction and made of expensive timber.

English circa 1870 £850

05 16 07

20cm / 8" deep
83cm / 32½" high
50cm / 19½" wide

Antique Cabinet

Arts and crafts cabinet made by Marsh Jones and Cribb, this cabinet is extraordinarily well made and uses some of the finest timber we have seen in a piece from this period. It is ebonised with solid ebony sections and has panels made of pure burr elm, gilt stringing and a mirror. English circa 1875 £6,800

08 12 13

Marsh Jones and Cribb were based in Leeds and later also London. They were associated with such important designers as Charles Bevan, Bruce Talbert and William Lethaby. The firm exhibited to great success at the Paris exhibition of 1878. They are a very famous and influential company of designers and manufactures and their pieces are interesting to study and collect as there is so much information about them available.

This piece is so well made that it could have been created not for a customer but to demonstrate the skill of the manufacturer at one of the exhibitions at which the company participated.

height: 42 in. (107 cm)
second height: 4 ft. 7 in. (140 cm)
depth: 17 in. (43 cm)
width/length: 48 in. (122 cm)

Howard and Sons Cabinet

Very fine quality walnut cabinet made by Howard and Sons of Berners Street in London. This cabinet is of the highest quality construction as one would expect from this manufacturer. The dovetails are very precise and the drawer lining is such good quality hard wood that the drawer action is second to none. 

English circa 1880 £2,800

07 15 07

Howard and Sons, Berners Street, London

Length 63½"
Height 37"
Depth 17"

18th century antique cabinet

Early 18th century walnut cabinet / bookcase. This bookcase is made of burr walnut quarter cut veneer with feather banding around the drawers and pre-cockbeading double molded edge around the drawers and glazing. This is a very tactile piece of furniture that everyone likes to touch. It was made before the age of mahogany and is a charming honey colour. It is unusually small and its warm colour means that it should compliment any room.

English circa 1710 £12,800

59" high
29" wide
19" deep

19th century antique bookcase

Good early nineteenth century antique bookcase made of mahogany with flame mahogany panels, adjustable shelves, drinks drawer and glazed top. English circa 1830 £5,500

TS 003

17" deep
35 1/2" wide
81" high max

Mahogany bookcase

Unusually small mahogany bookcase with flame mahogany fronts on the lower doors and astral glazed upper doors standing on splayed bracket feet. Please note the shrinkage split on the surface £950

42" wide
20 1/2" deep
77" high

Oak bookcase

Oak bookcase of unusually small proportions with cupboards underneath, it has thin glazing bars and delicate molding typical of the late Georgian period

English circa 1800 £1850
02 09 13

19" deep
76" high
38 1/2" wide