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Mr. Harrison,

This dusty chair is mahogany and the owner claims that the dining set is 100 years old.

Can you tell me anything else about it, please.

Thank you.


HI Tim,

From you photo's I would have to say that the chairs were made in the 1930's to 1940's
and are your typical production made factory chairs.

Hard to say what factory made them since this caliber and style of furniture from the
time period becomes a blur after awhile.

They have a value of about $25. to $35. per chair if sound with no issues.  


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