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06/27/2017 10:26 PM
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1949 OAK OFFICE ARMCHAIR (GUNLOCKE CO.)
Age. 1949
Composition. See below
Size. 34” high x 23” wide
Rating: 8
Comments. Made of solid oak this chair is stamped underneath” 26C – 11920, 2C – N – OAK, GUNLOCKE, DEC –49”. It the original makers round brass label, ¾ arms, formed seat and a semi – rounded back. The original finish has wear, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and has darkened over the decades. This chair is in good sturdy shape with no breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, a few thin wood joint separation lines, some minor paint spatter and has some soiling/stains. This chair is well-built and heavy for its size. Give it a cleaning and will make a nice complementary piece to your antique desk or could even be used as a fancy side chair.

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