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I have this expanding dining room table and I'm trying to find out if it has any value or if it should be scrapped. By description, it has drop leafs on both ends and includes separate leafs and pads for expansion. The legs have a claws-foot like design. There is a plate attached underneath that identifies it as a Flint & Horner Co. Unfortunately, the top has sustained some damage in 2 places which is probably repairable. Any information you can provide would be appreciated. Thank You.

This table often called duncan phyfe style although sheraton style is better was made in the early 1940s.

this would have been after flint was manufacturing and were a retailer.  i am pretty sure of this but would like to see a picture of the label, you can use the followup function to post a picture with this question and reply.

a restoration would cost around 650, table would have a retail selling point of 5-650 after restoration.

do you have any of the insertable leaves??


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