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  1. This is the current project. It is a rocking chair from "A Cabinet Maker's Guide for Dollhouse Furniture, Volume 5" by Helen and James Dorsett. Turn of the Century Oak Furniture. If anyone has any info on this rocker, I'd appreciate it. First, I could not find ANY real rocker like it on an internet search. Some of them similar, but all children's rockers. And all with rush seats. It dawned on me that THIS rocker was a child's rocker, being only 41 inches high. It says it is from the 1897 Montgomery ward catalog. This project is going to be a donation for the auction at the Guild show in September in Windsor, CT.
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