Edward Roos Cedar Chest?

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The Edward Roos Company produced cedar chests (aka Hope Chests) from 1916 - 1951, operating in Forest Park Illinois. The chests were made in styles from Colonial to Art Deco typically out of Tennessee red wood cedar. The majority were produced in the 1920's, up until World War II. Values vary depending on quality of construction, wood type, area you live in, etc. The majority sell for under $300.00 unless it is a rare one.
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$650.00.
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From what I see on the net, somewhere between $250 and $600, depending on condition and how you decided to sell it (e-bay might fetch more)
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Hi Mary. Nice to hear from you. It sounds like the top of the chest will need to be refinished. Possibly bleached if the water mark is black. You can get the trim replicated at any
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Susan - Your Roos chest was made in the Depression era of the 1930s. The style is partly Jacobean, a very popular style of the period. It is made of walnut veneer in the center panel
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Edward Hudson Lane first founded the company Lane in Altavista, Virginia in 1912. However, the Lanes were unsure of what success they would have selling chests ...
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