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34"x84" Antique Victorian Wood Exterior Entry Side Back Door Window Raised Panel

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Seller: pennantique (3,515) 99%, Location: Scranton, Pennsylvania, Ships to: US, Item: 262741522816 Penn Antique Restoration 34"x 84" Antique Victorian Door w/Window & 3 Panels Charming, antique, exterior door salvaged from an old home in Northeastern New Jersey. The door is made of solid Douglas Fir, has a rectangular window and 3 recessed (flat) panels below. Notice the applied (raised) molding surrounding the panels on the exterior side--what a great accent! Hardware: The door is not equipped with any hardware. However, we have a good selection of period hardware to outfit the door (check out our eBay store). * If you would like any of the hardware holes plugged with a solid block of wood, please email us for a quote. Quirks & Considerations: The width of the door was unevenly cut by 1/4" at some point, most likely to accommodate for a warped floor or settling foundation. We could cut the door to an even 33 3/4", cut it narrower, or even add wood to make it wider--Email us for a quote. When we found the door, it had 4 strips of aluminum weather stripping tacked onto the edges of the interior side. Since we removed it, there are nail holes all along the perimeter of the door, which will need to be filled with putty prior to painting or staining. Someone removed the original lockset and partially plugged the lock housing with wood & putty. The glass is secured with window glazing or glazier's putty on the interior side. It was common for windows to be secured with putty, and it usually does a better job of keeping out cold air than wooden molding, but if you ever need to replace the glass, you'll have to scrape off the old putty and then add new putty once the new glass is in place. Condition: The door has the typical nicks, scrapes, and scratches that you would expect to find on a 100+ year old door, but no serious flaws like breaks, deep cracks, rot, or warp. Most of the door's cosmetic blemishes will "sand out" or be removed during the finishing process or covered if painted. The glass is intact and in great shape with only light scratches. Refinish/Repaint: We could refinish, repaint, or partially or completely strip the door to prepare it for you to repaint or refinish. See the last photos in this auction as an example of our work. Email us with a small description of what you would like done, and we'll give you a quote. Swing: This door is currently set up to swing into the home towards the left. However, we could change it to swing towards the right--email us for a quote. Modification: We could also modify this door to fit your opening or suite your needs. We could make a frame, trim or add to the height or width, replace glass, make molding, reverse the swing, plug the hardware holes, etc. Email us with a small description of what you would like done, and we'll give you a quote. Dimensions: Door: 33 3/4" - 34" W x 83 3/4" H x 1 3/8" Window: 24 1/2" W x 37 3/8" H Too short or narrow? We could increase the height and width, email us for a quote. Shipping: MD, DC, DE, PA, NJ, NY, & New England: We deliver to these states every 2 - 3 weeks . Home delivery would be $75 - $125 depending on your location. Email us with the shipping zip code for an exact price. * If you need the item sooner or are located outside of our delivery range; we could crate and ship with a commercial freighter--email us for a quote. * Pick up in Scranton, PA is also welcome. No "pick up" charges applied Exterior Interior Close up of hardware holes Example of a door that we converted into a pocket door, increased in size, and painted: Before After Condition: The door is made of solid Douglas Fir and is not equipped with any hardware. The width of the door was unevenly cut by 1/4" at some point, most likely to accommodate for a warped floor or settling foundation. We removed 4 strips of aluminum weather stripping which were tacked onto the edges of the interior side, and there are nail holes all along the perimeter of the door, which will need to be filled with putty prior to painting or staining. Someone removed the original lockset and partially plugged the lock housing with wood & putty. The glass is secured with window glazing or glazier's putty on the interior side.The door has the typical nicks, scrapes, and scratches that you would expect to find on a 100+ year old door, but no serious flaws like breaks, deep cracks, rot, or warp. Most of the door's cosmetic blemishes will "sand out" or be removed during the finishing process or covered if painted.The glass is intact and in great shape with only light scratches., Material: Wood

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