Lot 19    

Renaissance Revival Roll Top Desk
3/13/2012 - Americana: Online Auction
American, probably Grand Rapids, MI, 1870-1880, a roll top desk in walnut and figured walnut veneers, the roll top opening to a fitted interior over two pedestal sides, one with stacked drawers and one with a drawer and locking door compartment; ht. 51, wd. 48, dp. 27 in.
Sold: $420.00
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