279 A fine pair of Australian cedar Gothic armchairs purported to have come from the original Melbourne stock exchange, mid 19th century 61cm across the arms (2) $3,000–5,000 280 A Colonial five drawer chest, solid birdseye huon pine, Tasmanian origin, circa 1840 huon pine secondary timbers and turned blackwood knobs 114cm high, 111cm wide, 55cm deep $1,200–2,000 281 A rare Colonial campaign bureau, mahogany and cedar with ebony inlay, possibly Anglo-Indian, circa 1810 fold out writing slope, cabinet fitted with slide drawer, field panel cedar back with peg joined construction 77cm high, 79cm wide, 44cm deep $800–1,200 282 A rare Colonial Australian drum table, cedar and blackwood, Tasmanian origin, circa 1840 82cm high, 107cm diameter PROVENANCE The Rodney Pemberton Collection $8,000–10,000 283 A Colonial five drawer chest, cedar with blackwood handles and huon pine secondary timbers, Tasmanian origin, circa 1840 110cm high, 122cm wide, 55cm deep PROVENANCE ​ The Rodney Pemberton Collection $2,000–3,000 284 Early Colonial riding boot and whip stand, Australian cedar, Tasmania origin, circa 1840 92cm high, 92cm wide, 37cm deep $3,000–4,000 283 284 Images ❖ Lots with this symbol are illustrated online at www.leski.com.au 49