The Long Furniture Company

vfr4usNovember 12, 2010

Does anyone have any information on "The Long Furniture Co."? I own an oak dining room table the has this label on the underside. It is probably about 75 yrs old. I really am not sure this is just a guess, because I know that I am the 4th owner of the table.

I am ready to purchase a new dining room table and would like to sell this one. However, I wanted to know the value first.

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No matter who or what the Long furniture Company was or won't affect the value of your table.
Now if it were a recognizable name like Stickley or Heywood-Wakefield, that might make a difference.

It could be the make of a store that sold furniture or any of dozens and dozens small furniture makers in the U. S.
Value will be determined by quality, style and condition.
Linda C

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