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I have a Bassett bedroom set I have held on to from my Father's godfather. I believe they are from around the 1920's. The pieces are in need of a little TLC but I have always liked the design and woodwork. I'm not sure if they worth restoring or even keeping. Any help with more info about the furniture or value would be very much appreciated.

I have attached pictures of the dresser and headboard.  A also, have a foot board, night stand and vertical dresser.


Hi Michael,

Yes, your bedroom set is from the 1920's. Since this style is not popular
in today's world I would not be spending money on a restoration project.

The entire set has a range in value of $650. to 750.

Best wishes,

George E. Harrison III  

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