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  • Sean

    I picked up a set of coffee and end tables and I have not been able to find information on them anywhere! I was wondering if you could help! The stamped style no is 980-07, however that is covered in a black ink and above it is the number 100201 in ink. The serial number is 267120. It is a set of 5 tables, 3 of which have black oval shaped leather inserts. There are 2 smaller side tables that tuck neatly under the larger 2 end tables. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!!

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  • shanon

    I have a Lane mid century perception desk. According to the serial number it was made in 1959. I was thinking of selling it to someone (I had picked it up to paint it but when I looked at it more closely I thought paint would de-value it) who could restore it. I have a person interested in buying the desk and he wants me to name the price…I do not know how much the desk is worth. Do you have any ruff ideas on how much the desk is worth “as-is” (meaning no damage just needing restoration of the finish) and/or how much it is worth after restoration? Trying to find some trusted advice.
    Thank you,
    Shanon

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    • Becky Oeltjenbruns Post author

      Hi Shanon,

      Thanks for reaching out. The desk sounds lovely. I am not an appraiser so I can’t speak to value. If I were in your shoes I would get a couple different opinions from local vintage/antique shop owners who carry furniture. They will be able to see the piece in person and therefore can speak clearly to the value (at both pre and post restoration). But before I spoke to these shop owners, I’d dig a bit online to see if I could find some roughly comparable pieces. Etsy is a great resource for this task.

      Hope this helps and best of luck!

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  • Courtney Beck

    We discovered Table made by Lane furniture in my father-in-laws garage. We have been searching for information about it and cannot determine anything. It seems unique with three tiles inset in the top center of the table. One tile is of a colonial figure chopping down a tree (Geo. Washington?), one blank white tile, and the last seems to be Betsy Ross sewing the American Flag. It has the Lane Altavista logo with Serial No. 856270 and style 2065 stamped under the table top. Can you provide us any information on this table?

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  • JENNY

    Hello found a super cool coffee table can’t find any that look like it? Style #1002 09. Stamped lane altavista virginia 665220. How can I send a photo? Love to find out more ..thanks Jenny

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  • Kelli Mitchell

    Hi I came across a end table with a serial number NO260201
    Style number 905-05
    I’d like to know more about it.

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