The table was originally offered made of birch and either painted with a large circle medallion on each leaf or in a mahogany finish. Your table appears to have the original mahogany finish Chairs with the same paint scheme, No 742-14, were also offered. If you would like to see a scan of the page with your table let me know at email@example.com .
In good condition the table would sell at auction in the $100 range.
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