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You speak of a dining room set but I only see one piece - a china cabinet.
What are the other pieces and may I have pictures of them?
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I am so very sorry but I do not see pieces of a dining set in your last images but for the China cabinet.
The other pictures that showed up here were what looks like a lady's drop front desk and a pair of candlesticks.
I need a photo of the table and one of the chairs.
Also, tell me how many chairs you have.
Thank you so much for waiting for me. (I fell back asleep)
I will need to study and research current values for your several pieces.
I will be back as soon as I have completed that research.
Thank you again for your continuing patience!
Since I do not have photos of the buffet and dining table, I am going to assume they are all the same late 19thC style as your china cabinet.
Individual estimated retail values in USA dollars:
China cabinet - $3300-3700
Table - $2500-3200
Buffet - $2900-3400
Your 1920s-1930s Art Deco candlesticks - $250-350
Antique Writing desk - $1200-1400
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A private seller to a dealer or at auction can expect 30-60% of estimated retail value.
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I am sorry, the photo of the dining table did not come through at this end before.
The estimated values are still the same $2500-3200 assuming good condition and depending on location of sale.
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