Woolworth Building Yale & Towne Brass Passage Door Knob Set

$450.00

SKU: Q283157 Categories: , ,

The Woolworth Building, located at 233 Broadway in Manhattan, New York City, is an iconic skyscraper known for its historical significance and architectural grandeur. Completed in 1913, it was designed by architect Cass Gilbert and was commissioned by Frank W. Woolworth, the founder of the F.W. Woolworth Company, one of the largest retail chains at the time.

This Gothic door knob set was made by Yale & Towne in the 1910 catalog. This design was specifically made for the Woolworth Building. It is part of the I-11100 group. It is in good antique condition. The price includes two door knobs, two door plates, and a spindle. One set is available.

Additional information

Inventory no.

Q283157

Availability

One available

Dimensions

Knob 2.25 in. diameter x 1.75 in. D, plate 9.5 in. H x 3.25 in. W x 0.75 in. D

Location

Scranton warehouse

Composition

Brass

Door knob group

I-11100

Finish

Antique brass

Knob shape

Round

Weight

3 lb.

Manufacturer

Yale & Towne

Period

1910s

Salvaged from

Woolworth Building

Sold as

Set

Style

Gothic

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