Although there are 4 available, the list price is for 1 window. Pictures are for Window#1. Contact us for others.
Large, antique windows salvaged from a former cream production plant (see last photo) in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The plant was built during the 1890's, and these windows were original to the building's construction. Although the sashes are original, not all of the original glass survived. Except for Window#3 which has 3 original lites intact; all windows only have 1 original, wavy glass lite and 5 replacements.
Each window is painted white on the exterior side and green on the interior side. We could either completely strip the paint, or prep the surface of the windows for a fresh coat of paint. Email us with a description of what you would like done, the quantity of windows you need, and we'll give you a quote.
The windows are equipped with the locks and pulls shown in the photos, but they are not antique or original. We have a good selection of period hardware to outfit the windows (check out our eBay store).
The lites are secured with old-fashioned glazier's putty on the exterior (green) side. The majority of the putty is in good shape, but there are a few spots where some is missing.
Condition: The windows of the plant were replaced with energy efficient windows, not because they were in bad shape or defective. All of the frames (sashes) have scrapes, scratches, and nail holes, which are typical blemishes that you should expect to find on old, used, architectural elements. They will be removed during the finishing process or covered if painted. There are no serious structural flaws like rot, warp, broken or loose joints, etc. Below are a few cosmetic blemishes unique to each window:
Windows#1 & 2: The center mullion or muntin has chunk of wood that broke off. Window# 1 also has a small break or large scrape on the left side of the interior or green-painted side.
Window#4: There is a a small break or large scrape on the top rail on the interior side, directly under the lock.
All of glass is intact, and in good shape with only subtle scratches.
Size Increase? Are the windows too short, too narrow, or both? We could increase the size by a few inches. Email us with a description of what you would like done, and we'll give you a quote.
Dimensions: Window#1: 40 1/2" x 43 1/2"
Window#2: 40 1/2" x 43 1/4" - 43 5/8"
Window#3: 40 3/8" x 44" - 44 1/4"
Window#4: 40 3/8" x 44"
Thickness: 1 3/8" (Bottom of Windows#1 & 2 and the top of #3 & 4 are 1 3/4" thick because of the edge molding or lip)
Too tall or wide? We could decrease 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 - $100 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