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Got this table and trying to identify it and if it has any value
While the table is based on an older style, I don't think it is actually old. I'm pretty sure the date stamp on the bottom says 1961 instead of 1861. The condition of the finish on the table top looks to be rough. Any other maker's marks? It would be very difficult to identify a maker with just an item number, as many companies were mass-producing furniture in the 1960s. Unfortunately, value is minimal.
Thanks for your input.
I am with LB on this 1961 maple table tell city was a big manf of this stuff along with many many others
I agree too, but it looks like 1951 to me. Nice work table for hobby room.
I want to refinish it but didn't want to ruin it if it was valuable. Thanks
Dining tables came with chairs, if you have them then I wouldn't refinish them. As is, if you want to "refinish" it or chabby chic it be my guest. Doing so will cost you time and money and not increase its value.
I don't have the chairs. And just want to add a sealer to the table top. I plan on keeping it. I use a table cloth on it.