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    Any idea on this old chair?

    Found at garage sale for $5 . Is it very old? Any value ? Thanks for any info you can provide
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    Later 19th century I'm thinking. Quite a survivor I would say.

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    Any idea on this old chair?

    Can we get a better picture of the name / location you got it at. (State)

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    Cool chair, the seat can be repaired may cost a bit.
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    Is there a little auction sticker on the bottom?

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    Definitely Victorian late 1880s- 1900íish. Chairs around here are a real hard mover. They just donít command the price like they used too. Itís worth to you what ever you paid for it and is a nice piece of history. I picked up a country Queen Anna urn back chair last Saturday for $20. Dates to around 1750-60ís. I believe itís been stripped of its original color but Iím proud to own it. Clean it up a bit and enjoy it. Nice find!! Name:  ImageUploadedByTreasureNet.com1593629188.559523.jpg
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    Gregg, your chair is late 19th to early 20th century. I have actually repaired one or two of them. The construction method is of this time frame. I think they still may be in the $75-125 range, restored.

 

 

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