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    Posted 10 years ago

    mama2kimmy
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    Possibly a Circa 1900s baby walker. In great condition which leads me to believe it was refinished or just a well taken care of family heirloom. Has screws in various stages of aging from possibly original to guessing around 50 years old to newer.

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    1. Bobbarita, 10 years ago
      I was born in 1954 and had a walker just like that probably in '55 or thereabouts because I started walking @ 9 mos. There are B&W photos of me in that walker and I actually remember navigating about in it, springs and all. I don't know where or how my parents came to own the walker. My brother was born in 1945 so he may have used it.
    2. mama2kimmy, 10 years ago
      Yeah, I've seen photos of this style dating back to the 1850s

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