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Posted 6 years ago


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Looking for information about this chair. The only markings on it are "AT2-232" written on the bottom of the seat and "445", stamped on the bottom of the seat.

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  1. dennisl, 6 years ago
    Trying to find the manufacturer of this chair and when/where it was made. Any information would be helpful.
  2. classics1, 5 years ago
    While I cannot tell you the manufacturer I am struck by the similarity of your
    chair to one that I have seen.
    The chair looks to me to be one designed for a musician. The back is not
    intended to be rested upon. The seat is a saddle seat not flat like hall chairs.
    Perhaps this chair was designed for a violinist or a cellist.
    With the numbers you have found on the chair try contacting the library of congress they may have your answer.

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