ANTIQUE Adjustable CAST IRON School Chair RELIC Maker: HEYWOOD ECLIPSE, 1800'S in Denver, Colorado

$80

Offered is a one of a kind barn rescue find!  This antique school chair is from the early 1800's and features a cast iron base and wood seat and back.  The chair appears to be complete.  The chair is in rustic relic condition and certainly has a unique appearance!  Looks like it was just taken out of Old West schoolhouse that had fallen to the erosion of weather over the last 150 years!  There is a crack in the base of the metal (pictured) but it does not seem to effect the sturdiness of the chair.  Please study photographs to determine condition for yourself.  This is a one in a lifetime chance to own a great piece of American that can be used as a plant stand, an art pedestal or just a a cool conversation piece!Measures: 27" tall, 14" wide and 14" deep.Thanks for looking!We strive to be one of the lowest priced sellers on similar items on eBay!Please follow us, We are adding newly listed items all the time!Shipping can always be combined on multiple items!Make us an offer! *Disclaimer: This item is used unless otherwise specified.  The item is not guaranteed, warrantied or otherwise promised to be in any other condition that is described or represented in the photographs. No warranty or guarantee is expressed or implied for anything offered by seller.  Seller will describe the item using all known information to the best of our ability to possibly include: origin, how acquired, whether it was tested for functionality, if the item functions properly or is for “parts only” and any known defects, damage or imperfections. The seller is not an expert on everything they sell but will make every attempt to represent the items sold in an honest and forthcoming manner.  Please study the photographs as they are the best indication of the condition of the item and ask questions or for additional photographs are desired.


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