I have a Mundus chair (carved/stamped 'made in Poland' underneath along with Mundus in printed in black). I never seen the 3 bars going straight across the back like this one, usually I see swooping lines. Is this an old one that may be rare and would you be interested in it or know anyone who would know about it? it looks older than most and after hrs of research, I can't find another one. Pic attached. Thanks
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all sides, underneath etc.
very interesting. probably around 1890.
I am pretty sure there are two of these in the Antique mall I work in, $19.00 each. I will double check tomorrow.
If you find them for $19 each, I would say buy them. I don't think you will find this, but would be neat huh?
You can actually sit on this one too. The frame is solid and the seat is really stiff and tough
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the backrests are indeed unusual and sturdy
material has been used in the construction
of the whole chair so i dont think the backrest
has been adulterated.
very nice chair and a nice collectors item as
are all mundus, thonet, kohn items with their
unique material usage.
I have 2 identical chairs, they say made in Poland but
have Aguila stamped on the front underside. What can you
tell me about these?
I'm sorry I have no photos to attach.