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I'm looking for information regarding the actual age, manufacturer, and possible value range were I to find a prospective buyer. This has been in my family for quite some time. It has been lovingly taken care of and is beautiful when seen in person. The drawers have tongue and groove construction and the wood is solid. It's a very heavy desk.

From another post found in the forum here, I'm guessing it might be from the 1880s to 1900, possibly eastlake style. See http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/group/eastlakeandvictorianfurniture/....

Any information you are able to help provide is greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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I apologize up front. I'm having difficulty uploading pictures with my tablet.
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Pic #2. The desk is in the background.
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The desk is similar to a reproduction I happened to find online:

I'm new to all of this and would appreciate any help and/or advice you are able to give.

Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

J-M Phillips
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why not show the interior  of the desk the drawer construction to tell age

help on finding a buyer these used to bring good money 20-40 years ago today not the style of the general public

some would like it if it was painted DONT do it

Craig

Craig, I IMed you.

Thank you!

J-M

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