You don't see this every day - a pair of 100+ year old picture windows with matching multi-pane transom windows. Picture windows are both 52.5" wide, 48" tall, and 1.75" thick (exterior dimensions). Transom pieces are both 52.5" wide, 19 3/8" tall, and 1 3/8" thick.
These were salvaged out of a turn of the century home several years back. They'd been sheltered by a porch and storm windows for most, if not all, of their lives so the original panes of glass are still intact. They were clearly painted on one side (the exterior side) at least once in their lives.
Caulk has aged and fallen off a lot of the edges of the big pieces but they can be transported safely with proper precautions - the glass isn't about to fall out of the sash, No cracks or chips seen in any of the panes.
Since I no longer have the house where I planed to use these, I'd like them to go to a good home - all offers considered.
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