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    Posted 10 years ago

    pablo1
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    Can anyone help me possitively identify the maker of my mission rocking chair , I have found many chairs that look close to this one but none exact . The chair retains no maker marks or labels. Thank you.

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    1. bhlittlebit, 9 years ago
      I'm not sure if it will help but try Oak Craft made by the Ramsey-Alton Co. from Portland, MI. The company, from what I've learned, was only open for around 15 years. But I have seen chairs close to the one you have posted in some of the pictures I have seen. Good Luck!
    2. pablo1, 9 years ago
      Thank You
    3. docanton, 9 years ago
      have one just like it made by the Heywood Brothers/Wakefield Company in early 1900's
    4. pablo1, 9 years ago
      Thank You

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