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Hale Chair with Caning
Hale Chair with Caning  

Hale Label
Hale Label  
Re-sending as I messed up the attachments.  I would like to know the age and value (if any other than sentimental) of this Hale chair.  Label is 1662-5R.

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Hi Susan,

Your  chair is a mass produced factory chair of no great importance.
It was most likely made in the 1950's and not a great interpretation of
an early Windsor Chair with a Rush Seat.

Value of $25.-$35. dollars.

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George E. Harrison III
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