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    what style and value is this chair

    friend of my better half has this chair, that has a dog face on the arms any idea of style and possible value?
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    so dave H, you seen anything like this before?
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    A BARKER lounger maybe
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    Larry, it looks similar to this one.
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    It's on auction at this site.
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    do you have a account there to see what it went for back in 2006?
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    No, I don't. Sorry!
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    Victorian duck dynasty?

    Really, have never seen anything like that before!
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    Here is one they are asking over $1,200.00. http://yardstickantiques.com/armchairs.php Click image for larger version. 

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    Go to the web address and scroll about 1/3 of the way down the page. Hope this helps.
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    Larry this is a East Lake Stile chair. Not many are out there. Value, no clue.
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    thanks folks for your help.. and that link to jonathan..
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    Hey it was an interesting chair. Just did a quick search and found that link. Would have never guessed one chair would have that high of value although that is what they are asking, not what it has sold for. Guess you can ask any amount, it only depends on what the agreed upon price becomes.
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