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I found these pieces at (Yes, an Auction sale) Every thing was disassembled when I bought it. Wasn't sure if it was all there. $10 later I owned rocking chair pieces. It also sat in storage for 6 years. This past winter (have my tiny shop now) I put everything together. The Bottom cushion & the back cushion is one we had from before. Puts my littlest grandaughter to sleep very well.
The 4th & 5th photo is a granny chair that we purchased while moving across Canada. My wife wondered why I was buying things when we had no place to live. THIS HAS BECOME HER FAVORITE CHAIR.

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very nice save.
Chuck
 

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Both chairs are VERY nice!
That first chair is similar to what Stickley would call their Eastwood Rocker. Is there any stamp. label, or burn mark to indicate the original maker?
Good job on bringing those two back to life.
 

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Look under the arm rests and inside the seat box to see if it's numbered or signed. What a great find you lucky dog!
 
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