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55"x113 Antique Wood Wooden Exterior Entry Double Door Window Beveled Glass Lite

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Seller: pennantique (3,515) 99%, Location: Scranton, Pennsylvania, Ships to: US, Item: 272463340485 Penn Antique Restoration 55"x113"x2.5" Antique Victorian Double Entry Doors w/Beveled Glass Spectacular, antique, double entry doors salvaged from an old, brownstone in Brooklyn, New York. Each door has a solid Douglas Fir core covered with 1/4"-thick cherry veneers, and a long, single beveled glass lite w/1.5" bevel. On the exterior side, the doors have applied (raised) molding, carvings and a floral appliqué, and 4 recessed panels; the interior side just has a single, raised panel. Please don't think that "veneer" means inferior quality. Unlike the paper-thin veneers used on modern doors and furniture, these veneers are 1/4" thick and provide strength and stability to the door. Cherry is a very dense wood and the doors would've warped long ago if it weren't for their veneers. Hardware: Besides an extremely rare, 3' flushbolt; the doors are not equipped with hardware. However, we have a good selection of period hardware in our eBay store, and tons more in our physical store. We left all of the doors' hardware holes in case you would like to use them to install your hardware. However, if you don't need them, we could plug all or some of the hardware holes with solid wood--email us for a quote. Restoration: At the point of salvage, the doors were covered under numerous layers of paint. Some of the interior window molding was damaged, and there were a couple of breaks along the edges. Since then, we've stripped the paint and sanded the doors. We also made new molding using old, solid cherry wood, and also patched the broken portions. Condition: The doors are strong, sturdy, and in great structural shape! There are some cosmetic blemishes (character marks) including some chips and scrapes along the edges; cracks in some of the molding and panels; and a cluster of nail holes. Otherwise, the doors only have minor nicks and scratches, which could be filled and sanded out prior to refinishing. One of the lites has 2 deep scratches. A portion of one of the lites broke off, but we were able to re-secure it using a clear, industrial strength epoxy (see last photo). It looks more obvious now, but after a good cleaning, it will be harder to spot. Otherwise, the lites are in good shape and only have light scratches. Refinish/Repaint: We could refinish or repaint the doors. Email us with a small description of what you would like done, and we'll give you a quote. The last photo was rendered using Photoshop, and is there to give you an idea of how they would look stained. Modification: We could also modify these doors to fit your opening or suite your needs. We could make a frame, trim or add to the height or width, plug the hardware holes, add decorative embellishments, etc. Email us with a small description of what you would like done, and we'll give you a quote. Dimensions: (together) 55" W x 113" H x 2 3/8"D Glass: 16 3/4" x 77 5/8" Too tall or narrow? We could cut the height and/or add to the width, email us for a quote. Shipping: Northeastern VA, MD, DC, DE, PA, NJ, NY, & New England: We deliver to these states every 2 - 3 weeks . Home delivery would be $150 - $250 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 Hardware Holes Flushbolt (functional) Cluster of nail holes Close ups of the scratches on one lite and the repair on the other lite Condition: Salvaged from an old, brownstone in Brooklyn, New York. Besides an extremely rare, 3' flushbolt; the doors are not equipped with hardware. We left all of the doors' hardware holes in case you would like to use them to install your hardware. However, if you don't need them, we could plug all or some of the hardware holes with solid wood. At the point of salvage, the doors were covered under numerous layers of paint. Some of the interior window molding was damaged, and there were a couple of breaks along the edges.Since then, we've stripped the paint and sanded the doors. We also made new molding using old, solid cherry wood, and also patched the broken portions.The doors are strong, sturdy, and in great structural shape! There are some cosmetic blemishes (character marks) including some chips and scrapes along the edges; cracks in some of the molding and panels; and a cluster of nail holes. One of the lites has 2 deep scratches. A portion of one of the lites broke off, but we were a, Material: Wood

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