Furniture produced by the Grand Rapids Bookcase and Furniture Company sells for a wide variety of prices. The company, in its many iterations, began in the late 1800s and produced furniture until the mid-1900s. The value of your set depends, of course, on demand. To help identify your pieces, look for the book: "Lifetime Furniture The Cloister Styles Grand Rapids Bookcase and Furniture Company" edited by Stephan Gray. This book only reflects the Lifetime products. For more information on mission furniture, look for " Mission Furniture Furniture of the American Arts and Crafts Movement" by Paul A. Royka. Also look for similar styles online.
Mission furniture by Grand Rapids Bookcase and Furniture Co. is not as valuable as Stickley products. If you think that your furniture is one of the more valuable styles, you might want to have it appraised. Contact the American Society of Appraisers to find a professional in your area. An appraisal will cost upwards of one hundred dollars.
The company also produced many styles including Spanish Gothic, Spanish Renaissance, Jacobean, and more.