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Three craftsman style chairs
Three craftsman style  
I purchased these three chairs along with three Crocker chairs for $20 each in Southern California. I was able to identify the Crocker chairs by labels found on the chairs, but have not been able to identify these chairs. They came from the same seller who inherited them from an aunt who lived in the Midwest. This is all I know. I'm hoping that you may be able to date these, provide a value, and hopefully a manufacturer. Height 38 1/4", width 17 1/2" depth 18 1/2". Also, if you can help me find a fourth matching chair, it would be very much appreciated. Thank you for your time.

since there were about 5000 manufacturers operating at the time there is no way anyone could identify that without a label.  manufacturers made what was popular and in style.

mission style
craftsman style

from the same time as the crocker labeled chairs and same wood, oak.

retail in a shop about 75$ each tops.  sets of 4 and up sell for more per piece that 1,2or 3s.

i will keep a look for a match.

hope this is what you need.  

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