Can you possibly send a picture of this, and what kind of information are you wanting on this?
It helps to value items if we can get a visual image of the item, if possible can you send a picture. There seems to be a conflict with sending a picture from your phone, so please upload them to your computer first if you can. Please include pictures of the back of the items. I will get back with you as soon as I do some research on this. Here are instructions for sending several ways, be sure it is uploaded to your computer, in jpeg form, no larger then 1 mb. 4 x 6 inch works best .
When you upload the picture you will be able to see it in this message box before you send it to me. If you are using a MAC then you will need to used TinyPic!!! Glenda
This is very easy if you take it step by step!
1. You can send a photo to me , in this message box, you will see at the top the little paper clip, click on that. then click on browse, another box will open up,
then click on browse in that box, this will take you to your photos on your computer,
you click on the one you want to send , then click on the picture ,
then click open, this will put it in the second box you opened,
then click ok, then you are back to the first box click on insert.
The picture will show up in the message area before you send it to me, you should be able to see it. You can see step by step instructions on this you tube video by clicking this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESFMEtpDkow&fmt=37 if you cannot open it clicking on this, then copy and paste to your browser. ]
2 TinyPic is a good place to upload photos. You do have to have the images saved on your computer, but you can upload photos without having to register or give them any information. 1) Go to www.tinypic.com 2) The first thing you'll see is an upload page. 3) Click on "Browse". 4) Choose the image you want to upload. 5) Make sure the file type chosen is "Image". 6) In the "Resize" box, choose either "Website/Email" or "Message Board". 7) Click "Upload Now".You'll see a verification box pop up. Just type in the words it shows and click "upload now". It might take a few minutes to upload. Once it does, you'll be given 4 different viewing options.Just copy either the addresses in the "URL for E-Mail & IM" or "Direct Link for Layouts" and paste the link into the message box.
This Warbrobe is currently valued on the retail market for an average of 1800.00-2000.00 depending on where it is for sale at. They will typically sell higher in an Antique Shop or Private sale compared to an auction.
If you are thinking of selling, I would check with your local Antique Shops in the area to see what yours or one like it would sell for or has sold for. As antiques and collectibles are subject in selling price to different areas across the country.
So be sure to check your local area. This will give you an idea of what it goes for in your area, then you can decide to sell locally or at one of the online markets.
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I would like to get more info on this gentleman's wardrobe. Where made, by who, any other info for me to be able to talk to someone about with reasonable facts and info. I am open to paying more for all info you can provide regarding this wardrobe.
This appears to be an English Tudor Style Gentleman's Wardrobe , the wood is Walnut, ( from what I an tell by the picture) , It was made in the late 1800's to very early 1900's. I cannot say who made this without a makers mark there were hundreds of English furniture makers during this time. It was made during the Victorian Era, when there was not one dominant style of furniture.
Hope this gives you a little more information. If you can add to this where you got it , antique shop , auction etc. Then you pretty much have complete information on this. If you did get it from auction or antique shop it could very well have been shipped here purchased by antique dealers for selling in the US, or it could have been brought here by an immagrant.