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Windsor Replica ? Contact Member
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Djadams3 7206 December 13, 1901
Price Paid Condition
$20.00 Good
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Description: This is a Windsor style chair and I think it is a replica. On the bottom it is marked with a number in white that looks like "925a". (see the third picture) In the second picture you can see a screw. It is in the back of chair,on the rib going into the splat (see picture two) it looks like there is another next to it and that they were both concealed by wooden plugs. The finish on the chair doesn't look too nice and the legs are glued amatureishly as you can see from the third picture. I got it with another chair in the same style but with a rocking bottom. It had two plugs in the back as well which I assume conceal screws also. If you can give me a better idea of the maker, age, value, or anything else interesting, I would appreciate it.
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