FIRST a vintage retro liver colored brown leather upholstery office or
dining chair with wooden (likely Walnut) triangular shaped arm rests
and flattened steel frame. Marked with original label as shown: The Standard
Pressed Steel Company was founded in 1903 in Jenkintown PA.
Condition: some rust to the frame and some mold to the leather.
Could use a good scrubbing and some refinishing of the wood arm rests.
SECOND is a similar age and style chair with green leather upholstery and
wooden (likely Walnut) arm rests and squared steel frame and legs with adjustable
foot caps as shown. Marked with two original labels.
Info from online about this company: "The Cole Steel Equipment Company was founded in 1933
in New York City. The company prospered to such an extent that they were able to purchase,
in 1949, the main plant of the former York Safe and Lock Company in York, Pennsylvania.
The Cole Steel Equipment Company also offered a typewriter in the 1950's, a German ABC
marketed as the Cole Portable. "
Condition: some rust to the frame and some mold and a small tear to the leather.
Could use a good scrubbing and some steelwool.
NOW ON SALE FOR $200 PER CHAIR, OR BEST OFFER FOR BOTH.
NEED TO SELL ASAP.
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Pick-up (by appointment only) in Pennsburg.
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