Collectibles-General (Antiques)/Kiel octagon table



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I know some history about the company but I'm interested to find a value for this table.  The color is unique. I believe it is in it's original condition but am not 100%. I appreciate any info you can give me.

these were advertised in company catalogs as end tables, 1920s.  selling price would be around 75 depending on the cndition.

not sure what you wanted to know.


it does look like the color is original as you suspect.  a walnut stained color.

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