Stanley Seltz (PA Dutch) Dresser

corman842August 23, 2010


So, I came into some interesting furniture lately, and am trying to get some background on one of the pieces I purchased to gain an idea of its value, and where it came from. The name on the back was that of Stanley Seltz, 1952, from Reading, PA. It's a fairly large dresser, painted brown, handcrafted with some beautifully done rustic wood carvings at the top of the dresser. What's this guy all about? What sort of value would you place on a PA Dutch piece made by Stanley Seltz in the 1950's if it were sold in the PA Dutch region? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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