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Antique High Chair/Rocker

Antique High Chair/Rocker appraisal

Beautiful oak folding high chair youth chair or rocking chair. This high chair is in outstanding original condition, and has the clever design that it has been built with that will permit the chair to be adjusted up and down making the chair into a rocker when in the lowest position and the high chair in the upright position. The rattan/wicker seat/backing is in perfect condition, no broken pieces. Approx. measurements: When the chair is fully extended it is 40" tall, folded it is 27" and the seat is 12" to the floor, seat is 14 x 13" and the tray is 8 x 16". The rocker is 27" long. This piece dates to 1900 and there are no markings on it.

Category: 
American Furniture
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium / Material: 
Solid Oak
Distinguishing marks: 
None
Period: 
1900's
Dimensions: 
see below
Weight: 
History: 
Purchased it at an antique dealer. He didn't know much about it, but showed us how it worked.
For Sale: 
Yes
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I saw one go last evening for $25.00 at auction, I saw the item here that previous day but passed on the piece. I'm sure a venue that focused on furniture with the right buyer (with a toddler) or a grandparent that the piece of course is worth more.

It is a nice piece, as described with the screw handle.

But honest up and verifiable with the auction house, it went for $25.00.

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Wow I had one of these for my son who is know 18 and my husband sold it, needless to say i was very upset especially because he sold it for $10.00. So how much are you asking?

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Is this chair still for sale? Has it been appraised or does anyone know what it is worth?

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I have this exact chair in exceptional condition. I am looking to sell it. It was appraised a few years back at $600.00. I will accept any resonable offers. 405-312-3818 Tracy.

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I have this same chair. Its in fair condition. The wicker is alittle loose in 2 places and mine was appraised for $400.00. I am selling mine for 200.

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Where did you get the appraisal for this chair. I purchased one exactly like it at an estate sale for $5

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I am looking to appraise mine (in excellent condition) but don't know how to go about it. Any suggestions?

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I have one of these rockers, mine is in excellent condition, bought for 250 for my daughter who now says it doesn't go with the decor my grandson now at age 16

so am going to sell it had it appraised at $600 will take 350 to 400 for it.

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