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I hope I am not out of line.  I am pretty sure these are not valuable, but I was wondering what a fair price is.

Hi Lisa,

Your are absolutely correct, they are not of any great value. If you look at the
seat on the chair you will see that it is made up from multiple glued boards rather
than from a single board as original Windsor chair we made.

The set was obviously made by a lower-end furniture company to sell at a competitive
price. The table has a value of $75. to $100. and the chairs would be $20. to $25.

Best Wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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