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I can find this vanity by Pennsylvania House Lweisburg, PA, whereas this just has Pennsylvania House stamped (as you can see in the pic). Can you tell me when it was made and its value?

Hello Rachel,

your Pennsylvania House folding top vanity was made sometime in the 1950's to 60's.  
It is made of cherry wood and the secondary wood is Oak.  In fine condition, your vanity
has a value in the range of $250. to $275. due to it not being a big seller these days.

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George E. Harrison III

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