Sample Appraisal: Sofa
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Sample Appraisal: Sofa

Sample Appraisal: Sofa

Appraisal ID: 11267
Appraised On: Aug 18,
2006
Market Value: $
850.00
Replacement Value: $
1,000.00

APPRAISER COMMENTS:

This is a mid 20th century Kittinger Williamsburg Collection sofa
with curved back, rolled arms and mahogany legs with a full stretcher
base, and upholstered in a brocade fabric. Size is 92″L. Good condition.
Thompson, Colie and Company opened its doors in 1866 in Buffalo, New
York as a paper and rag warehouse. In 1901, serious illness forced
founder George Colie to hand over the daily operations of his company to
his 27 year old son-in-law, Irvine Kittinger. Kittinger discovered that
furniture manufacturing was a great outlet for his artistic nature.
Irvine Kittinger began buying out his partners, sales soared, and in
1913 he became president and general manager of what was known from then
on as the Kittinger Furniture Company.
Item/Title: Kittinger Williamsburg
Collection CW-118
Date/Period of Manufacture: 1950
Condition: good
Manufacturer/Artist/Author: Kittinger
Dimensions (HxWxD): 92 inches long
Inscription: Kittinger CW-118
History/Provenance: Bought from an estate sale two
years ago
DISCLAIMER

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Current Fair Market Value is the price agreed on between a
willing buyer and seller, neither being required to act, and both having
reasonable knowledge of the facts.

Replacement Value is the price in terms of money that would be
required to replace the property in question with another of similar
age, quality, origin, appearance, provenance and condition, within a
reasonable length of time in an appropriate market.

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