What an incredible iconic chair! It has the wonderful lines and design of the DCM created by Charles Eames in 1946 with the added flair of a collaboration of Eames with Sol Fingerhut of Century Plastics who created a fiberglass reinforced plastic resin that allowed the shockmounts to be incorporated into the seats and backs and allowed a soft pad upholstery subsequently offering a more comfortable experience. Through our research we have found this chair was first produced in 1969, according to MOMA and The Smithsonian; however, it is not in the Herman Miller catalogs until 1970. It was still in the catalogs in 1980 but we did not find it after that. This example is awesomely done in bright Kelly green Naugahyde with the black fiberglass reinforced plastic seat and back which is highlight by black vinyl welt and chrome solid steel legs. We think you must add this rare chair to your collection. Don’t you?