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    chair id needed





    During my recent relo we lost some chairs. Any idea what this style could be it is maple and the table is long with sides that fold down. I'm looking to find what they may be worth/replace/where to find etc... Any help is welcomed. I'm still waiting on the relocation group but they only got a portion of our stuff to the new location.
    Last edited by Dewayne Garrett; 01-21-2009 at 01:30 AM. Reason: photos not linked correctly?

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    Photos didn't post, try again.

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    fixed I hope, but they seem blurred a bit.

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    they dont appear to be antique so you should be able to find a replacement,, sorry for the loss that your going threw in your new move..maybe they will turn up with the rest of your stuff
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    That looks exactly like the chairs my parents had with their Early American dining room set. It was a reddish honey maple color like your chair.

    Edit: Here's a listing I found.

    Your top photo is a mate's chair; bottom is a captain's chair.
    Last edited by Bill Arnold; 01-21-2009 at 02:09 AM.
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    Early American or Colonial. One is a side chair and the other is a Captain's chair. Was a common chair in the 70s so look at the local Goodwill store.

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    Thanks! That was kind of what I was looking far, had no idea if old for we got them as old almost twenty years ago.

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