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The Gentleman’s Surprise Chair (c. 1880) Contained Hidden Games, Liquor, and Naughty Photographs

A gentleman is discreet. Whatever vices he may have are hidden from public view. For that, he needs the Gentleman’s Surprise Chair. Although I cannot be certain, I think that it was once owned by M.S. Rau Antiques of New Orleans. One compartment hides from public the owner’s use of playing cards:

Another has a reservoir for spirited beverages:

And, finally, a gallery of fine art photography depicting the female form in its natural state, which you can see at Nag on the Lake. Content warning: NSFW.


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