ANTIQUE STAINED GLASS WINDOW, BEVELED CENTERPIECE, COAL REGION PA 1930. From the Anthracite coal mine region of northeast Pennsylvania, this window is salvage which was removed from a corner lot Victorian. Removed during a renovation project, the home was most likely a company house associated with the coal mine. Measures approximately: 19 1/8″ by 48″. Glass area only measurements: 16″ by 44″. Frame is approximately 1 5/16 thick. (1 5/8 at sill). I SEE ONE CRACK IN THE TEXTURED GLASS. THERE MAY BE A HAIRLINE CRACK HIDDEN IN THE BORDER GLASS, BUT I SEE NONE IN STRONG LIGHTING. #5 shows beveled glass centerpiece. #8 shows original mortise and tenon frame. #4 shows hardware(original hasp). #1 shows the outside face. #2 shows WAVY glass. #3 shows the inside face. #6, and #7 show different glass textures. LEADED WITH ZINC, THIS WINDOW IS STRONG AND NOT BOWED OR FALLING APART. THIS WINDOW IS ARCHITECTURAL SALVAGE FROM WILKES BARRE PA. THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST! The item “ANTIQUE STAINED GLASS WINDOW, BEVELED CENTERPIECE, COAL REGION PA 1930s” is in sale since Friday, June 25, 2021. 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.