Seller: vintagehardwarecompany (1,328) 99.7%, Location: Warrensburg, Missouri, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 291757322206 *Only one set remaining. One door has broken panes of glass but it matches what you see in the photos. Transom control on opposite side. These french style doors were salvaged from a colonial style home in Liberty, Missouri, that was built in 1915. See last photo. The house, famous to Kansas City, was named Fulkerson Mansion and has had a rich history over the years. It was razed in April 2016 and fortunately these great pieces have been saved for resale. SEE THE MANY OTHER PIECES IN THIS COLLECTION... FROM CORNER CABINETS TO ADDITIONAL ARCHED SUNBURST DOORWAYS. They are pre-hung in the original frame and come have the original transom window and transom control. The transom works great and I have the control to mount on the trim as well. These were interior doors that led out into a sunroom, which is why the finish is different on either side. The doors are quite thick and heavy. I saved the trim pieces for the beige colored side of the door. Dimensions:Total install dimensions103.5" tall x 62" wide x 7.5" deepDoors2qty 30" wide x 83.75" tall doors make up a 60" wide openingTransom60" wide x 14.5" tallI do have two of these matching doors sets. The difference between them is the transom control is on the opposite side and a couple of panes were broken on one of the doors in the second set only. They are available for pickup in Warrensburg, Missouri (1 hour east of Kansas City). I can also prep them for a freight delivery. We specialize in vintage lighting and architectural salvage. If you need an order customized in some way or just have a question, send a message. You can also contact me directly at my website (which is the same as my eBay username).- Jack- Vintage Hardware Company Condition: See photos.