Item sold on 2017-10-28 - Shipped on 2017-11-01
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An architectural salvage window with worn paint on the old wavy glass reads "Ticket Office" and "Freight Office," was said to be from the Tombstone, Arizona railroad station, but there is no proof.
Dating from the 1890's, the solid oak frame has worn paint as well. There are brass mounts including a latch and handle, plus a small door for handing out tickets and change with a loss on the porcelain knob, see photos.
Measurements are 37" wide, 1" deep and 33" tall.
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