are 2 vintage wooden deck chairs from the ocean liner Queen Mary which was retired in Long Beach, California in 1967. Built in Scotland she had her maiden journey on May 27th, 1936. These deck chairs are 52" long with the foot rest opened, 36" with them folded under. They are 22" wide and 32" to the top of the back rest.They fold up to about 48" x 24" x 6" and weigh 12 lbs. each. They are in need of some repair and refinishing. A couple of the brass hinges need replacing and one wood slat is broken (it could be repaired without replacing). Burned into the wood on the back side of the head rest is the words "QUEEN MARY". Shortly after arriving in Long Beach all the deck chairs as well as other items were sold when the work to convert the ship to a hotel was started. With a little work you could have a piece of maritime history. Sorry, the vintage pigdog is not included in the sale.
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