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    antique furniture
  • Antiques furniture is the term for collectible interior furnishings of considerable age; often its age, rarity, condition, utility, or other unique features makes the furniture desirable.
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Antique Trader Furniture Price Guide (Antique Trader's Furniture Price Guide)
Antique Trader Furniture Price Guide (Antique Trader's Furniture Price Guide)
Antique Trader Furniture Price Guide examines all major styles of American and European furniture from the seventeenth century through the mid-twentieth century via a review of beds, benches, cradles, sofas, armories, and more, complete with furniture dating chart, price guide, and more than one thousand color photos.

Antique Trader Furniture Price Guide examines all major styles of American and European furniture from the seventeenth century through the mid-twentieth century via a review of beds, benches, cradles, sofas, armories, and more, complete with furniture dating chart, price guide, and more than one thousand color photos.

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Chair in the Library
Chair in the Library
I don't remember the details of this chair.. the card didn't come out easy to read.. it's carved.. and it's old... check out all the faces and bodies. This is the beautiful Jonathan M. Bennett House, ie. the Louis Bennett House, ie. The Louis Bennett Public Library. It was constructed in 1874-1875 by Columbus Burroughs Kirpatrick. The house was converted to a library in 1922, and it was done sympathetically. The interior is not much changed from the original and even contains some of the original furnishings. The library even provides a walking tour brochure for the house, and you can peruse the various rooms at your leisure, using the brochure as a guide to what each room was used for originally. It's very nicely done. Weston has a very historically motivated community and it is evident with the care given to the information they provide and the pride they take in their historic structures. This house is on the National Register #78002804. The library staff is very helpful and I highly recommend this as your first stop if you happen to visit Weston. I took over 150 pics in Weston this weekend, so check my Weston set for frequent updates!
1917 - 1984 Old Town Canoe Restoration side View
1917 - 1984 Old Town Canoe Restoration side View
At this writing, I am 80 years old and still a wooden canoe lover, as I was when I built two wooden canoes and restored this one. Building and restoring antique furniture and fine wooden items was what I had done for years, as a hobby. I was familiar with building forms, steam bending, laminating, and saving as much of the antique patina and solid original wood as possible. Restoration was completed in St. Louis, Missouri, in early 1984 using the guidelines detailed in Jerry Stelmok's book "Building The Maine Guide Canoe" Chapter 14, and the books of Walter J. Simmons and Atwood Manley. No effort was made to make the craft look "brand new" or "Mint", I wanted to rebuild the canoe to a well maintained condition. Ready for the water or as a display piece. The thoughts of the experiences, and the pride and joy that the original owners had with this canoe motivated me to do my best work. More Photos on this set " Restored Old Town Canoe "

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