How to Age a Lane Cedar Chest?


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, so they originally named their company The Standard Red Cedar Chest Company. Situated on a junction served by the Virginian and Southern Railways made it easy to sell the vintage Lane cedar chests.
Q&A Related to "How to Age a Lane Cedar Chest?"
If you own a Lane cedar chest built prior to 1987 and it has its original lock, contact the Lane Company with your serial number to get a replacement lock even if it's working properly
Visit a local antiques dealer in your area to have the chest
value and worth are fluid, nothing has set value until someone pays for it or buys it. insurance replacement value is one thing, real world sellign price is another, auction is another
1 Additional Answer
Vintage Lane cedar chests were first introduced in 1912. The company makes these boxes to store clothes and other household items in. The company has introduced several products since its inception, however the cedar chest is still its mainstay. The cedar chest models come in a variety of sizes and finishes. The older models are in high demand and can be found on eBay. For the availability of the newer cedar chest models, go online to Amazon.
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