fortune to have restored. It is usually best to buy a restored chair from an established sales/restoration company. If you do buy a chair that needs work, give as little as possible for it.
In this field of collecting, as in so many others, it is a case of “know before you go.” Reproduction and poor restoration abound, so do your homework! Two of the best sources for research I have found are the “Barbershop: History and Antiques” by Christian Jones and The National Organization for Barbershop Memorabilia’s web page www.nsmca.net.
Until next time.........Linda
Linda Hamer Kennett is a professional liquidation consultant specializing in down-sizing for seniors and the liquidation of estates and may be reached at 317-429-7887 or firstname.lastname@example.org