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    Posted 9 years ago

    pjmoore663
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    We have this kitchen table we have been using for over twenty years. It was bought in New Hampshire at an everything must go moving sale. The chairs that came with it say Natinal Chair Company, Boston (Roxbury) Mass - No. 116. The chairs might not have anything to do with the table, but there are no markings on the table that we could find.
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    1. MadwilliesMom, 3 years ago
      Do you still have the table? If so I would like to learn more about it,I think it was my grandmother s
    2. Onetime, 4 months ago
      The chairs and table go together. Sat at this table, or one identical to it, endless times, in the matching chairs. Hope this answers your vintage question.

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