a charles ii turned ash chair, english or welsh, circa 1660
a rare george ii child's comb back 'garden' windsor armchair, thames valley, circa 1750
a george iii miniature armchair, east anglia, circa 1800
a charles i joined oak open armchair, exeter, circa 1630
a charles ii joined oak double-panel back open armchair, circa 1660
a charles ii joined oak double panel-back open armchair, ribble valley, lancashire, circa 1670
a rare charles ii commemorative joined oak panel-back open armchair, initialled and dated
a charles ii joined oak backstool, lancashire, circa 1670
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