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1917 yankee stadium chair and old sewing machine frame

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Posted 3 years ago

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just wondering the value as is.. cant find much about either. I am new to collecting and these are a couple of my first picks.

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  1. John Cacamese, 3 years ago
    I know nothing about the sewing machine, but I do have some knowledge about the stadium seat. That particular style of seat was used in three old ballparks: Fenway Park, Cleveland Municipal Stadium, and Yankee Stadium. I would have to see it in person to be able to say exactly which of those stadiums it actually came from. Yankee Stadium seats in nice condition, with original unbroken parts, and which still have their original blue over green paint job can sell for over $1000, and even more by dealers. The seat in the picture appears to have been stripped of its original paint and has been repainted in several different colors, which hurts its value. I cannot tell from the photo if the wooden parts are original or have been replaced. If it does turn out that the seat is from Yankee Stadium, then it's value in its present condition is several hundred dollars. My hobby is to find and restore these old seats. A good restoration would raise the price to the mid to upper hundreds. Even in its present condition, if this is one of your first picks, congratulations. I'd say you did pretty well!

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