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[[underlined]] RED SALON. [[/underlined]]

3 Canapes,
2 Bergeres,
2 Arm-Chairs,
2 Large Chairs,6 Small Chairs,
1 Commode Louis XV.1 Consoles with panes of Glass.
2 Consoles tables (Antique)
1 Table with marble,
1 Golden Flower-stand,
1 Small table with bronze and marble.
1 Electrical lustre (Venitian Antiquity).
2 Wall brackets (in bronze)
1 Mirror
2 Curtains (complete for two windows)
1 Carpet (with sub-carpet).

[[underlined]] GREEN SALON. [[/underlined]]

1 Bergere, 1 Arm-Chair, 4 Chairs
2 Sofas, 4 Arm-Chairs,
6 Chairs,
1 Mirror,
1 Ceiling Lamp (Glass)
2 Wall brackets (carved wood)
1 Curtain (complete)
1 Carpet.

[[underlined]] YELLOW SALON. [[/underlined]]

1 Yellow corner Sofa,
1 Small yellow Sofa,
4 Chairs, 
1 Sofa, (straw covered)
2 Arm-Chairs (same style)
2 Arm-Chairs (Walnut)
1 Bergere Pearl-grey. 
1 Commode with marble.
1 Chest (glass) Louis XV.
1 Small desk (Antique French)
1 Small dresser (walnut)
1 Small table (with bronze)
1 Small corner table yellow covered.
1 Table in pearl grey.
1 Velvet cover for this table.
1 Japanese table lamp.
2 Console tables with marble.
1 Folding Screen (Spanish)
1 mirror
1 Small mirror (Antique)
1 Lustre (Venitian Antiquity)
2 Curtains (complete for two windows)
1 Fire-Place fence (bronze)
1 Carpet.

[[underlined]] SKYLIGHT HALL. [[/underlined]]

40 Chairs Louis XIV covered silk brocade.
2 Benches (same style)
4 Benches Louis XIV Damask covered.
1 Large console table (slightly damaged)
1 Pair of curtains complete.

1 Large vase with ornaments.
1 Large round extension table (with panels)
1 Red Damask table cover.
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