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I inherited this bedroom furniture, and wanted to know:

1) what era is the furniture from? 50's-70's?
2) how much each piece possible worth for resell?
3) how difficult would it be to refinish furniture like this?

I was unable to upload all the pics individually. I also have to matching nightstands.

Thank you.

Hi Michelle,

Your pieces most likely date to the 1970's. The style is not what I would consider
desirable in todays world. As for values the Armoire would be $150. Dresser $125.
Matching nightstands $50. each. You do not want to get into refinishing these
pieces since it would cost more than they are worth to do properly.

Best Wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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