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I've come across this low boy and I'm wondering about the authenticity of it. If not authentic, the age and ultimately the value. I have lots of pictures of it. In one of the pictures of underneath the drawers, you can see the remainder of a label. Thank you for you assistance, it is appreciated.

Hi Chris,

Your lowboy is in the New England style but my feeling is that it was built
later than the 18th century with old parts which is not uncommon.
I would have an antique dealer in your area examine it since photos are not
a good way to appraise your piece.

Best Wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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