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Posted 3 years ago


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These chairs came from my great-grandmother's house in Allentown, Penna. I believe they are victorian.


  1. maryp61, 3 years ago
    Would love to hear any opinions. These just fell into my hands and I am not sure what I have.
  2. ElenaLH ElenaLH, 3 years ago
    I have a gentleman's chair nearly identical to the one in the middle, I am working on finding out more about it. So far I know that it's a medallion-back, spring seat gentleman's chair (ones without arms are ladies'). They ARE Victorian, probably walnut. Not sure whether that style of carving is "finger carving" or Rococo revival (1840-1865). They seem pretty common on the market and are going for around $100-$300.

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