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You have a Victorian era vernacular set, meaning one made by a local furniture craftsmen with locally sourced materials. This was a common practice in the 1st half of the 19th century in America at that time. Victorian furniture currently is rathe flat on the sales market, so at this point an appraisal would not show an exponential rise in value. You can update it in terms of date, however it should remain at $5000 at this time.
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Hello my name is Glenda,.I have been in the antique business for over 45 years, appraising, antique shop owner, buying and selling on today's current market. Buying and selling everything from elegant glassware to the most primitive of items and so much more to include books. I will do all I can to find out the most information on your item and the value for you. I have access to many data bases, and extensive current library of price guides, as well as access to leaders in the field of antiques and personal property.. I found that these sets can sell for as much as $8000.00 and up on today's market. If you would like to send pictures of each piece I can get you values on each piece you have.