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Have an unusual large what appears to be a timber ceiling

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Have an unusual large what appears to be a timber ceiling freeze and need info and possible valuation
An very elderly lady sold me it and thinks her father bought it from a woodcarver called Ralph Hedley

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A fine quality circa late 19th-century timber ceiling freeze (probably it can be used as a table top) currently holds a market value of 1,000-1,500$. This value is determined by performing a market research based upon similar items sold in latest auctions and private sales.

If you are selling, I would recommend starting on the internet so you can reach more potential buyers. Good market places are Etsy, Amazon Market Place and eBay.

For local selling, I would recommend Craigslist which is free, fast and easy to use.

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Customer: replied 20 days ago.
Last item which is a wood carving , any idea of a value ?it looks unfinished , it came from the same old lady

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