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    Posted 10 years ago

    lundy
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    1960s 1970s lane co. hope chests beautiful at the end of my bed great condition ,one i found on road the other someone gave me they value at 400 to 600 i dont know of a collector or about the lane co. any thoughts on these t y

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    1. lundy lundy, 10 years ago
      ya these will come back in style
    2. lundy lundy, 10 years ago
      lane co. 1966 1971
    3. lundy lundy, 9 years ago
      sold for 2 bills
    4. trunk_junkie trunk_junkie, 8 years ago
      Lane cedar chests have a style # and a serial # stamped on the bottom. The serial # tells the date of manufacture. At first the serial # was 6 digits long, then increased to 7 digits. The number is read backward. Example: the 7 digit # 2445270 shows it was mfr'd on July 25, 1944. The 7th digit (first one in line from left to right) indicates the plant # from which it came. Hope this helps. They are lovely lovely pieces.

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