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I would like to know about when these chairs were made and their current value and anything else about them of interest.  A tag on the bottom of one of them says:

Charlotte Chair Company
Charlotte, Michigan

No. 2552
Cover No. 1790
Grade E

Hi Mary,

Unfortunately there is not any archival information about your chairs.

They were most likely made in the 1940's 50' and it would depend how large a set
you have, but you can figure on $25. to $35. per chair.

It is a fairly costly chair to reupholster and not made by a finer furniture company,
keeping the desirably at a minimum.

Best Wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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