The bed matches the mirror, but not the dresser. At some point in the distant past, that dresser was married with that mirror. My feeling is that the dresser is a bit newer than the other two pieces.
The bed also looks closer to a full than a queen, which would be typical for the era, but I'll take your word for it.
The resale value of the set in as-is condition, which shows some wear, would be approximately $750.00.
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