The auction I’ve been previewing has an a wide variety of furniture genres and origins. Lots of French, some Scottish, English and even American. Some of the French I acknowledge and move on quickly:

It's French and I got over it.

It’s French and I got over it. Further study would be of no use.

Here is a nice row of Large Antique Royal National Lifeboat Institution Lockers. With a name like that, it must be English:

I'm told millennials love these industrial storage units.

I’m told millennials love these industrial storage units.

A 18th Century German Coffer:

Apparently, the Germans made furniture.

Apparently, the Germans made furniture.

With a lidded till on the left and the starts on the outside, finishes on the inside hinge configuration:

Fourth one I've see and they've all been since January.

Fourth one I’ve seen and they’ve all been since January. The rivet seems to be another German thing.

An early 19th century Antique Continental Child’s Potty Chair:

Continental is code from somewhere over there in Europe.

Continental is code from somewhere over there in Europe. Some parts are missing.

With an interesting example advanced of joinery on the back:

A bridle joint.

A pinned bridle joint.

An 18th Century Spanish Colonial Tooled Leather Trunk:

Grey leather.

Grey leather, very classy.

And showing examples of interesting construction details, a reverse view of the built up moldings:

Made from three parts.

Made from three parts.

From this familiar secrétaire à abattant:

In your heart, you know it's French.

In your heart, you know it’s French.

If you are interested of just have too much free time, you can see the rest of the album HERE.