Have you flipped it over to look for any labels, marks or writing on the underside?If there is something there, so use the Add Files feature to add pictures.
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You have a vintage circa 1940 H-stretcher drop-leaf coffee table. The style of the table is a Revival of Tudor Era furniture from the late 1500's. The low coffee table with extension sides is 20th century. Code numbers stenciled on furniture were generally in-house inventory and catalogue numbers, and are usually not able to be traced to a maker. This is not unusual in the furniture world. It is American furniture and likely made in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area.
Here is a link for you to a short article on furniture marks:
On today's market, this could sell for a high average of $250 - $400.
You can, however, ask any price you please on an item you own, they key factor is finding a buyer at your asking price.
Bear in mind that an ‘asking price’ is one that has not been sold yet and a true sale value is based on actual past documented sale records.
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