Salvaged Antique Doors

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Door Set #20:
Fabulous set of double exterior early Victorian doors with a total of 48 original panes of bulls eye glass. Doors are made from solid mahogany and weigh 100 lbs each.  They would fit an opening that was 60” wide x 89” tall and the doors are 2&1/4” thick. 

Cost: pair only, $9,500

 

 

We carry both interior and exterior antique doors and antique cupboard doors. All are solid wood construction and have been salvaged from antique homes or barns. Many include hardware, sometimes original. If you need antique door hardware, we carry that as well.

Antique doors were usually built either by board and batten or paneled construction. We carry both styles; we also offer salvaged barn doors and other large doors when they are available. We carry a number of matched antique door sets as well.

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For Sale: Updated 9/11/14

INTERIOR PANELED DOORS

 

Door #145: Four panel door, raised front and flat back measuring 31&3/4” wide x 74” tall x 1&1/8”.  Cast-butt hinges. 

Cost:  $200

Door #138:

From c. 1740’s Samuel Terry house, Bristol, CT.  30” x 72&1/2” x 1”.  Raised panels on front, flat on back.  Cast butt hinges.

Cost:  $200

Door #137:

From c. 1740’s Samuel Terry house, Bristol, CT.  30” x 73” x 1” .  Raised panels on front, flat on back.   Cast butt hinges. 

Cost:  $200

 

Door #135:

Four panel door with flat, recessed panels on one side and flat, beaded and flush panels on the other.  29&3/4” wide x 74&1/4 tall x 1” thick. 

Cost:  $250

Door #134:

Victorian Pocket Door with hardware.  Measures 54” wide x 80” tall x 1&1/2” thick.
Cost:
$750

Door #133: 29” x 74” x 1”  Early one over one raised panel.  Panels slightly proud of surround. 

Cost:  $75

Door #131: 28” x 76” x 1” Early six panel door with original 7” 'H' hinges. 

Cost: $450

Door (#120):
Paneled door with glass upper. 28" x 78" x 1&1/2". 3.5" Victorian cast butt hinges.
Cost:
$100

Door (#115):

Four-panel door with raised panels with quarter round and flat on back. 30" x 73&1/2" x 7/8".
Cost:
$250

Door (#114):
Four-panel door with surround plus upper door. Five-knuckle cast butts. Door: 26" x 80" x 1&1/4". Surround: 47" wide x 102" tall.
Cost:
$450

Door (#110):
Four-panel door 28" x 83&1/4" x 1&1/4". 7&3/4" bean latch with hardware.
Cost: $225

Door (#104): Antique four-panel wooden door: flat panels, 21" wide x 74" tall x 1&1/8" thick.
Cost:
$75

Door (#92):
31" wide x 76" tall x 1". Tapered, raised panels with ogee molding and flat back.
Cost:
$125

Door (#87):
31" wide x 78" tall x 1" thick.
Cost:
$125

Door (#84):
SOLD 30&3/4" wide x 76&3/4" tall x 1".
Cost: $250* (set discount option)

Door (#83):
SOLD 30.5" wide x 76&1/4" tall x 1"- thick.
Cost: $250* (set discount option)

Door (#82):
SOLD 30" wide x 77" tall x 7/8" thick.
Cost: $500* (set discount option)

Door (#81):
SOLD 31" wide x 76&1/4" tall x 1"- thick.
Cost:
$600* (set discount option)

Door (#79): SOLD 29&3/4" wide x 77.5" tall x 7/8" thick.
Cost: $500* (set discount option)

Door (#78): 33.5" wide x 71.5" tall x 1"- thick. Nice wide raised panels on one side, flat on back.
Cost:
$75

Door (#75): 31" wide x 76.5" tall x 1" thick, raised panel with integrated ogee molding
Cost: $100

Door (#63): Matching, interior, French Doors. ~ 60” wide x 78” tall x 1&3/8” thick. Mid-20th C.
Cost: $500

Door (#31):
Dimensions: ~30 & 1/4” x 77 &1/2” x 1 &1/8”
Cost: $300

Door #130: Matching pair of mid-19th C. sliding pocket doors for a curved top opening.

Cost: $1650

INTERIOR BOARD & BATTEN DOORS

 

 

Door #146:  This is an early, paint-decorated board and batten door with a base paint of mustard with a glaze on the surface. 

Cost:  $750

Door #144: Board & batten beaded door measuring 28&1/4” wide x 74&1/2” tall x 3/4” + battens. 

Cost:  $250

Door #143: Two-board, board & batton door measuring 29” wide x 76&1/2” tall x 7/8” + battens. 

Cost:  $200

Door #142: 

Two-board, board & batten door measuring 27&1/2” wide x 75” tall x 7/8” thick + battens. 

Cost: $250

 

 

Door (#105):
2-board, board and batten with bead. 17&3/4" wide x 70&1/2" tall x 7/8" thick + battens.
Cost: $125

Door (#85):
2-board period door. 26.5" wide x 75.5" tall x 1" + battens.
Cost:
$250

Door (#89):
Two-board period door. 27.5" wide x 72&1/4" tall x 3/4" + battens thick.
Cost:
$250

Door (#71):
Hand-planed board and batten door with 2” cast butt hinges
Cost: $200

EXTERIOR DOORS

Barn door #3:  NEW 34&3/4” wide x 71” tall.  With battens door is 1&3/4” thick.  Has large original strap hinges. 

Cost:  $250

Barn door #2:  NEW ~42&1/2” wide x 75&1/2” tall.  With battens door is 1&3/4” thick.  Rollers are 4&1/2” proud of door top.  No rail. 

Cost: $350

Barn door #1:NEW ~37” wide x 77” tall.  With battens door is 1&1.5” thick.  Rollers are 5&1/4” proud of door top. 

Cost: $350

Door (#123): horse stall door salvaged from a Woodstock, CT, barn. Circular sawn oak
47&3/4" wide x 61" tall.

Cost: $250

Door (#122): horse stall door salvaged from a Woodstock, CT, barn. Circular sawn oak
49&1/2" wide x 60&1/2" tall.

Cost: $250

Door (#121): horse stall door salvaged from a Woodstock, CT, barn. Circular sawn oak. 47" wide x 60" tall.

Cost: $250

Door (#95):
Full board and batten door for exterior. 31" wide x 71" tall x 1&5/8" thick.
Cost:
$450

Door (#28):  
Reproduction wooden exterior door (not antique)
Cost: $225

Antique Door (#22):
Exterior w/windows
Cost: $250

Antique Door (#25):
Barn door SET w/windows
Cost: $450

CUPBOARD DOORS

 

 

Cupboard door #5: Unpainted nd great patina.  Measures 19&1/2” wide x 41&1/2” tall x 1” thick.  Hand-planed white pine. 

Cost:  $200

Cupboard Door #4: Hand-planed, raised panel door. Unpainted on one side and painted on the other. 24" wide x 54&1/2" tall.

Cost: $250

Cupboard Door #2: Small glass door with wood frame. 23" wide x 37&3/4" tall x 7/8" thick.

Cost: $75

Cupboard Door #1: Built-in wall cupboard door and frame. 25&3/4" wide x 41&7/8" tall x 3&1/4" deep.

Cost: $300

ANTIQUE DOOR SETS

Door Set #20:
Fabulous set of double exterior early Victorian doors with a total of 48 original panes of bulls eye glass. Doors are made from solid mahogany and weigh 100 lbs each.  They would fit an opening that was 60” wide x 89” tall and the doors are 2&1/4” thick. 

Cost: pair only, $9,500

 

Door Set #19:
Set of five six-panel doors. All doors have flat panels with Ovolo moldings front and back. Hardware includes 3" cast butt hinges, box locks with red swirl knobs.

Cost: $1,650

 

Door Set #18:
Set of five six-panel doors. All doors have flat panels with Ogee moldings front and back. From an early Durham, CT house.

Cost: $2,000

 

Door Set #17:
Two-door set. 30" x 83" x 1&1/4". Six flat panels with Ogee molding on front. 2&3/4" cast butts and white knobs.

Cost: $800

 

Door Set #16:
Two-door set. 33" x 79&3/4" x 1&1/4". Fronts have four-raised panels with Ovolo moldings. Backs are flat with Ogee moldings. 3" casts butts and white glass knobs. C.1811, Suffield, CT.

Cost: $800

 

Door Set #11:
Set of #2 raised panel doors, heavy paint, no hardware. Measure approx. 29&1/2” x 77” to 77&3/4”.

Cost: $200/pair

 

Door Set #9:
~29” x 58”, matching pair of knee-wall storage doors. B&B door with surrounding trim. Approx. c.1810.

Cost: $400/pair

 

Door Set #8:

Salvaged from 1780s Grafton, MA, house.
2 similar raised panel doors. Raised on front and flat on back. One has a broken Norfolk latch.

Cost: $300/set

 

Door Set #6:

2 matching four-panel doors with molding. Measurements: 30" x 75&1/4", 29&3/4" x 76&1/4". One has Norfolk thumb latch.

Cost: $400/set

 

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