This is one of three horse stall doors salvaged from a Woodstock, CT, barn. It is made of circular sawn oak with great color and patina. There is some bug damage at bottom, but it is still functional. The thing that caught my eye on these was the 'keepers' for a sliding wooden bar to fasten the door shut. These doors have common, round head nails and are probably from the mid-20th C. 47&3/4" wide x 61" tall.
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