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For the look of yesteryear, you might come across old-school baby high chairs made of wood. Those kind have a removable tray for 'easy' access. These old-looking high chairs didn't give very much comfort, especially when compared to the cushioned chairs found in a modern high chair. Additionally standards for safety have advanced a long way and it's questionable that these yesteryear high chairs would come up to current certification standards.
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