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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Can anyone tell me what type of Rocking Chair this is? What kind of wood it's made out of and what year it could possibly be?

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    1. JustaJunkin, 4 years ago
      i have one just like it .. its from Yugoslavia my neighbor said she bought one brand new exactly like it in the early 80s mine has a mark on the bottom of the seat that says made in Yugoslavia
    2. loveold2, 4 years ago
      Have one like this, purchased at Sears in the early 1980's.
    3. Whyortega, 3 months ago
      Hitchcock style, with the gold paint.. I believe that might be older than the 80s tho .. But that is just my opinion..
    4. scottvez scottvez, 3 months ago
      Agree Hitchcock style.

      These were very popular in the late 20th century and made by many different makers. Still being made today.

      Bottom of the chair may have stamping with maker/ model #/ year. A photo would be helpful.


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