Help with identifying this chair

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  1. KittyAlamar

    KittyAlamar New Member

    9A3C49DF-474B-4CFC-BCEB-79BE5E191C84.jpeg 089FF534-98A8-4045-A7B6-24327340AFD1.jpeg 53E23977-A59C-4853-8125-4D19F5956EE0.jpeg 2DF4DB1E-8A05-49CD-B0C3-FECED59126C7.jpeg 768D2EF6-909D-4F66-AD31-A2F47F97710A.jpeg Can anyone help me identify?
     
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  2. antidiem

    antidiem Well-Known Member

    Can try search for Brandt, not sure if it is this brand, but if not, it is similar for sure.

    Are you sure there are no markings on the bottom? Brandt brand is often marked.
     
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  3. antidiem

    antidiem Well-Known Member

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  4. KittyAlamar

    KittyAlamar New Member

    Hi, thank you for your response. I do see the similarities for sure. I’ve checked the chair everywhere for markings and cannot find any. I was hoping to sell it but that also feels like a mystery! Do you have any guidance?
     
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  5. johnnycb09

    johnnycb09 Well-Known Member

    It looks Faux Colonial ,from the 50s most likely. Im sure its solid as a rock,but Im not sure of the market for it. Here in N. Fl youd be lucky to get $100.More like $50.
     
  6. bercrystal

    bercrystal Well-Known Member

  7. KittyAlamar

    KittyAlamar New Member

    Thanks so much everyone! Are there any links to a faux colonial chair like this one that you can provide for comparison?
     
  8. Roaring20s

    Roaring20s Well-Known Member

  9. antidiem

    antidiem Well-Known Member

    @KittyAlamar , the value of this chair depends upon your location, but it isn't high because large brown wood furniture isn't a popular style nowadays. IF I wanted to sell this chair, i would use Craigslist to advertise it. However, not knowing if you have a safe place to have someone come for the pickup, I'm not sure this would be a good choice for you. FB marketplace with a personal pickup may be another option you can run an ad at the same time.
    I gave away a similar stickley brandt chair with exactly the arms and body and nearly the exact back as the one shown on the link, because I didn't want to bother with trying to sell it at the time. I live in the deep south, so I doubt I could have gotten anywhere near $50 for mine. I also agree with the 1950s date.
    Best wishes to rehome it :)
     
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  10. KittyAlamar

    KittyAlamar New Member

    Wow thank you all so much!!! You’ve really helped! I’m in Los Angeles so hopefully someone likes it! I’ll try Craigslist for now and keep you all updated if you’d like. Thanks again
     
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  11. verybrad

    verybrad Well-Known Member

    This should do better in LA than it would here in the Midwest or South. Good luck!
     
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