My wife acquired this desk maybe 35 years ago, not sure where or for how much. She's no longer with us, and I'm clearing out and looking to get a fair price for this. I did have a partial label that said "Rockford ILL. Wondering if you can date it and provide any enlightening information and value. Thanks so much for anything you can provide.
I am looking to sell locally as I do not want to deal with shipping.
My wife got this antique rocking chair from her grandmother who has been saving it for many years. I cannot find any markings about who makes it, but it looks to be handmade due to the roughness and small glob of glue I was able to find.
Hoping the brains trust can help us identify if this huge iron strong box is a Colebrookdale as it has no markings. It’s a massive piece weighing over 440 lb (200kg) and the dimensions are 30 inches (760mm) (h) x 36 inches (920mm) (w) x 24.5 inches (620 mm) (d).
Seperate cast iron pieces with huge rivets into an inner panel. (Not a single casting)
I have had this bill in a frame for years and never really thought about it. I'm just wondering if anybody would know how much it would be, if anything at all. I would considering selling it once I know something about it.
Hardwood rocking chair, no markings. Received after a family member passed away. Seat and sides are 1” slabs. Rockers have markings from manufacture— small machine and/or hand (not commercial). Crack in seat slab but stable and chair is fully functional.