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simone54's avatar

How much is this desk worth?

Asked by simone54 (7608points) January 25th, 2008
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winsomesmile's avatar

under 200 dollars. order some howards orange oil wax from ebay and clean and shine it up, then wipe it all off a day later after the residue has had time to soak in and it will be worth more. does it have a key and does the lock work. makes a difference.

boffin's avatar

Wow…I bought one just like it a yard sale for 10 bucks refinished it and still have and use it 25 years later…
It value is what it’s worth to you…(as a buyer)
It’s worth as a seller might have a different value…

gailcalled's avatar

Solid wood? If so, what kind? Murphy’s Oil Spray is also good for rehabbing wood.

vanguardian's avatar

If its solid wood, it will be worth more obviously…
The price, as much as the market dictates…but maybe around $100 if its solid…someone can strip and stain it and have a great piece of furniture.
You buying or selling?

simone54's avatar

I’m selling. I wish I had the time to restore it and but I don’t be doing that.

What do you mean by solid wood?

vanguardian's avatar

Solid wood. Some furniture is manufactured using wood ply or composite with a wood veneer over it. Is very commonly used. The big advantages with solid is strength and ability to stain. Fake is cheap, light & easily mass produced.

mikeyC's avatar

Hi , if you take that pic around to your local antique store they will love it / buy it . Moms antique store had me guessing around $200 as well Good Luck

Spargett's avatar

I wouldn’t pay more than $50—$60.

mghb's avatar

It all depends. I you want a great desk with a lot a space you can dance on, it is priceless. However if you are selling it not so much maybe all cleaned up you are looking at $50 – $100 depending on where you are. The price will increase if you have a great story to go along with it. People are always looking for ways to have a part of history, even if it is not their history, or part of important history.
Good luck

aidje's avatar

It’s worth five dollars… and you should sell it to me.

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