This Early American 1930-40's folding chair was common during this period, and found its way into the sides of church pews, in basements, attics, and for children. Typically 10 slats, and a ladder back, or two-slat back about the time that 'screws' were coming into use as is in this chair, replacing stud fasteners.
The seat looks much like the English design, and somewhat like Czechoslovakian derivative but definitely American due to screws, and placed somewhere between 1938 and 1946-47 Thousands of these chairs started finding their way into homes, schools and churches.
Typical chairs are being valued at twice as much if they can be found.
This chair has not been refinished, or retouched, it is as found in attic, only dusted off. Obviously, comfort was not a concern in its construction and design.
Only one chair is offered, it was brought up to Dallas from Louisiana,
and has been in the attic for 13 or more years.