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This whalebone chair is probably American. It had mortise and tenon joints and whalebone pins. The style is similar to chairs from the 1810-1830 period. It sold in November at Bonhams in Australia for $56,742.Rare, unusual, well made, historic; all of those things add to the monetary value of an antique. The....



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