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Roentgen Berlin Secretary Cabinet

Roentgen Berlin Secretary Cabinet

(2:22) One of the finest achievements of European furniture making in the eighteenth century. Built by brothers Abraham and David Roentgen, the Berlin writing cabinet was owned by King Frederick William II of Prussia (1744 - 1797).

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TheBob TheBob (1826 days ago)
Looks like it will shoot a poison dart at you if you push the wrong button
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Looks like it will shoot a poison dart at you if you push the wrong button
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Guest: Acky (1824 days ago)
Latest comment: Some of those drawers remind me of the till in Open All Hours
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Latest comment: Some of those drawers remind me of the till in Open All Hours
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Guest: hs (1826 days ago)
FAscinating! But I have a hard time finding my things already. With furniture like this, things would be lost forever ;)
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FAscinating! But I have a hard time finding my things already. With furniture like this, things would be lost forever ;)
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