Age and style of these oak kitchen chairs?
Wow! I can talk again! :) I wanted to post this days ago.....
I tried selling them on Craig's list for a while with no interest. I am now trying an antique consignment store. I told the staff that I would try to find more info on the probable age. When I bought them I believe I remember the antique store telling me, but it has been 16 years and now I am not sure if it was just wishful thinking on my part (or theirs). At the time, as I had young kids, I was just happy to find practical oak antique chairs that did not have cane seats.
The manager has to see them in person and price them: for all I know she might not want to take them. They were sturdy when I bought them but got wobbly over time. I added angle irons to them, but they still wobble. If knowing more about them, like age or style, is a useful selling point, I would like to offer that.