Value of a Webster Rocking Chair?

August 30, 2022

A wooden rocking chair.I was wondering if you could tell me the range of year it was made and value. Thank-you


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The Webster Manufacturing Company operated in Superior from about 1891 until 1932. It reorganized and reopened in 1935 and finally ceased operation for good in 1937.
Similar rockers sell at auction for under $150

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September 25, 2019

I have a Webster Mfg. Co. Station B, Superior, WIS. MADE IN USA 134-3 Wal rocking chair. I am wondering if it's worth anything? I painted it, but I can always take paint off.

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It looks like a mission style chair. If it was pristine, I have seen them sell in the $150 range in some markets. Now sales are regional and if you are in a high supply, low demand area you may fetch less. A high demand, low supply area, you may fetch more.


Since yours has been painted and getting it back to pristine will be almost impossible without causing damage to the cane part (removing paint from cane is not easy), you could always try to start it at $100 and take best offer (as is).

If you are a talented artist, you could always do it up with flowers or birds or butterflies and make it a statement piece. Sometimes these types of pieces can fetch double what it would plain.

Post back what you decide and how your sale goes!

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