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Commode

Commode

Small commode

Commode

Commode

Commode

Commode

Commode

Commode

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Commode

French Commode Table, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

Commode Table and Candlestands, in Chippendale Drawings, Vol. I

French Commode, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

Commode Tables, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

Commode Clothes Press, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode Table, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

Commode Clothes Press, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode Table, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode Table, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode Table, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

French Commode Table, from Chippendale Drawings, Vol. II

Commode

Side table (commode en console)

Commode

Commode (one of a pair)

Commode

Commode (one of a pair)

Bombé-sided commode (table de chevet)

Commode

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Commode

Small commode

Commode

Commode

Commode

Commode

Miscellaneous furniture including two sedan chairs, a side table and a commode (Deux ch. à porteurs v. de côté, console, flambeau.), from Diverse Maniere d'adornare i cammini ed ogni altra parte degli edifizi...(Different Ways of ornamenting chimneypieces and all other parts of houses)

Plan coupes et elévations d'une commode.

A sedan chair, a coach, a commode, a side table and two clocks (Deux ch. à porteurs v. de côté, une commode, une console, deux pedules, un meuble indét), from Diverse Maniere d'adornare i cammini ed ogni altra parte degli edifizi...(Different Ways of ornamenting chimneypieces and all other parts of houses)

Commode

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Commode

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Commode (part of a set)

Commode (one of a pair) (part of a set)

Commode (one of a pair) (part of a set)

Commode à vantaux

Commode (one of a pair)

Commode

Commode

Commode (one of a pair)

Commode

Commode

Commode (Secrétaire à abattant)

Commode (commode à vantaux)

Side table (commode servante or commode desserte)

Commode (commode à vantaux) (part of a set)

Design for a Commode

Cabinet (commode à vantaux)

Secretary, commode and table

Secretary, commode and table

Commode

Painted commode and chairs. Property of his grace the Duke of Norfolk, Arundel Castle. Late eighteenth century.

Inlaid satinwood commode. Ormolu mounts. Property of Henry Hirsch, Esq., ca. 1780.

Panelled room: French. Style of the régence. Carved oak chair, Le Garde Meuble, Paris. Ormolu-mounted mahogany writing table. Ormolu-mounted bombé commode, by Charles Cressent. In the Wallace Collection, Manchester Square, London.

Curved commode table--Chippendale under French influence. Property of the Duke of Beaufort, ca. 1750. Incised and raised lacquered eight-fold screen-Chinese. Property of C. Wilson, Esq. ca. 1730.

"Lasalle" Commode

Commode

Questers antique shop. Commode and group of antiques

C.J. LaRoche, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Dining room commode and pedestals

Chester Dale, residence at 20 E. 79th St., New York City. Dining room, to commode and living room

Theodore D. Buhl, residence on Island Rd., Palm Beach, Florida. Master bedroom window and commode

The Hardwick Victory Store is back in operation and scenes like this are again being witnessed daily. This picture shows a typical transaction of business: Raymond Duby, in buggy, buying a commode. George Slayton and Guy Larabee lend a hand loading the furniture

The Hardwick victory store is back in operation and scenes like this are again being witnessed daily. This picture shows a typical transaction of business: Raymond Duby, in buggy, buying a commode. George Slayton and Guy Larrabee lend a hand loading the furniture

Leonard Hutton, residence at 69 E. 57th St., New York, New York. Glass commode

Gypsy Rose Lee, residence at 153 E. 63rd St., New York City. Living room, commode, and painting

Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick C. Stout, residence on Glenn Ave., Ardmore, Pennsylvania. Living room commode

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Atchley, residence at 1325 2nd Ave., New York City. Kitchen commode

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Atchley, residence at 1325 2nd Ave., New York City. Commode I

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Atchley, residence at 1325 2nd Ave., New York City. Commode II

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Atchley, residence at 1325 2nd Ave., New York City. Commode III

Mahoney, residence at 930 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York. View to mirror and commode

William L. Brewster, residence at 315 E. 48th St., New York City. Painting and commode

Mrs. Charles Henry Fallasse, Andely, residence in Cross River, New York. Living room, to commode

J.C. Neuhoff, residence at 29 Pond Lane, Great Neck, New York. Commode

Irving S. Olds, residence at 141 E. 72nd St., New York City. Commode painting and chairs

Mrs. Samuel Welldon, residence at 1 Sutton Place South, New York. Living room commode

Franklin Pierce, residence at 52 S. Main St., Concord, New Hampshire. Commode through bedposts