sewing/nursing rocker

AZAmmaNovember 4, 2012

Does anyone know anything about the value of the small rocker shown in the photo? The label on the bottom identifies it as manufactured by Banderob & Chase, Oshkosh, WI. My research shows it was probably manufactured between 1885 and 1890 since that is about when the company name was Banderob & Chase.

The larger rocker in the background belonged to my husband's great-grandmother. It has (sadly) been refinished long before I got it. It probably dates from the mid- to late 1800's. Does anyone recognize the style and/or have an idea of value?

Thanks!

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lindac

My research says it operated under that name until the 1940's.
That chair is very 1930's in style, and was probably part of a bedroom set.
The value is what someone will pay.

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