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Lovejoy's picture

It's in the Colonial Revival Style, the style copied furniture made in North America made 1620-1780 and has seen several revivals, the late 1800's, the 1920's, 50's and again in the 1980's. No big value, comparable single chairs often sell for under $50.00 at auction

Thomas Gordyn's picture

I would agree Jacobean Revival. Circa early 1920-1930's  post WWI.  These were based on pieces made in the 1600's in England. Although I agree they are not highly valuable market demand and placement can impact the return. As Lovejoy mentioned its a single chair.  

My Estimate Valuation : would be $50 - $125 depending on market audience. Often if single pieces placed in a period showroom / setting with pieces that accent the period will provide a higher percieved value.  One chair as such in a regular estate auction my go for a lot less then $50. 

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Thomas J. Gordyn

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