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Rick Dennington

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#1 posted 04-28-2010 01:00 AM

Greetings…... I can’t really tell for sure, but boy that almost looks like an old Shaker bench. Looks like one of the syles that the Shakers used, but most Shaker benches usually had built-in drawers under it, but some didn’t. If it is a Shaker (?), then it could of been built in the late 1700-1800’s. They built massive workbenches back then. If you had, or could get more info on it, or know a little history on it, that would help you alot as to the age. The sliding leg on the side running on the rail was used to hold real long boards for planeing… I forget what it is called. But…. Shaker or not, you got one heck of a bench… congrats on the find…. later.

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