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    Posted 11 months ago

    CDinDC
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    Lana Altavista Virginia step table, style no. 1024-07, serial no. 362206
    I picked this up as a fixer-upper project. I believe it's missing a drawer and there are some small chips and dings in a few spots.
    Can anyone confirm that you can read the manufacturing date from the serial no. (e.g. 362206 = June, 22, 1963)?
    Any information on how common or rare these tables are/were?

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 11 months ago
      You are right there would have been a shallow drawer facing front. Mine has two drawers side by side facing front. I also believe you are right on the reading of the serial number. It was stamped backward so reads from right to left rather than the normal left to right. I wouldn't call them rare as I know of a bunch of them that still exist.

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