1895 Cast Iron Beaux Arts Bank Windows with Transom Lights


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Classic turn of the century New York City architecture from the Eastern District Savings bank of Brooklyn. This stately building was designed by Helmle, Huberty and Hudswell, who were responsible for many turn of the century city structures inspired by the ‘City Beautiful’ movement. These are the original windows with glass and cast iron frames. There are cracks in some of the glass panes, which are replaceable. The iron has acquired rust due to outside storage, but will clean right up with sand blasting. Please inquire for quotes. The windows are pictured as three, which measures 10 ft. W x 5 ft. H overall. This set can be separated into individual window sets, measuring 60 in. H x 40 in. W. The height of the two transom rows (with the X’s) is 32 in. H and the lower plane windows 38 in. H. Priced per set of three windows.

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New York City building

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Two available


120 in. W x 60 in. H x 1.375 in. D


Scranton warehouse

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