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06/25/2022 05:48 PM
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OLD BARBER CHAIR SEAT FOR CHILDREN


Rating: 8
Comments. This child’s seat for a barber's chair measures 27” wide x 15 ˝” deep and is more than 60 years old. It has a chromed solid metal rod frame, a chromed metal frame around its padded seat and this item is heavy for its size. This style sat over the arms of the old barber chair and had a footrest in the front as seen in our photo. This item is in good shape with normal use wear, has some wear in the chrome plating, soiling and the cloth on the seat has wear as well as some tears as seen in our photo. Just what you need for your antique barber chair when the kids need a haircut.


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