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AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904

Posted on April 12, 2020 in amazing

AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904
AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904
AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904
AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904
AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904

AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904
AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904. From a mine boss’s personal home, this is a unique transom window. The home was built in 1904, and was equipped with multiple pocket doors, serving rooms, and a servants quarters in the attic, accessible only by a spiral staircase from the kitchen. Home located in close proximity to an underground mine shaft and breaker, in northeast Pennsylvania. Window measures approximately: 16 1/8″ by 29 5/8″ THERE IS NO WOOD FRAMING, framing is recommended. Zinc caming is strong, some areas looks to have been resoldered at one time, but nonetheless panel is strong, HAS NO SUPPORT BARS. I SEE ZERO CRACKS IN THE GLASS, THERE IS A TINY CHIP IN THE ONE TILE, WHERE IT MEETS ZINC CAMING, see photo #4 (highlight in orange). THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! The item “AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904″ is in sale since Friday, February 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows”. The seller is “flparry24″ and is located in Dallas, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Shape: rectangular
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • California Prop 65 Warning: zinc
  • Type: Transom Window
  • Decade: 1900s
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Size: Medium
  • Features: Leaded

AMAZING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, for repurposing, COAL MINE BOSS HOUSE, 1904