1920's warehouse factory metal and glass windows from the scrap yard

January 30th, 2009 in member junk     
ultrajunk ultrajunk, member
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Found 17 old factory warehouse metal windows at the scrap yard yesterday..they have a patent date of 1922 on the retractable screens that i got with them. And all the glass is there and not one pane is broken..thats the crazy part as they were thrown off a truck. Not sure what to do with them but you know me,  I can't pass up good vintage junk, and i only had to pay $2 each because they had glass in them.

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Comments (19)

ncjunk writes: this would be a miracle but do you have just 1 of these windows left you'd like to sell???? Posted: 3:55 pm on September 7th
et writes: I need three or four of these to build a shower stall. Are they at least 8' tall? Would you sell them? Where are you located? Posted: 12:52 pm on April 9th
weberandcompay_archi writes: Very long shot, but do you have any of these windows left? Posted: 7:48 pm on January 7th
Jefferydean writes: Can I buy some of those warehouse windows from you? Posted: 9:21 pm on October 28th
LloydsLandingofSears writes: You are one lucky junky girl! Hope you come up with a great idea to use these incredible windows for, as they were saved for some special project, no doubt about it. ~Mary~ Posted: 1:50 pm on July 29th
cowboy writes: what would you take for them? I'm needing to build a long garage width building to block out my neighbor's eyesore and I thought they might look good all in a row in a yellow building on concrete pilasters with these black windows and a tin roof. Thanks, Cowboy Posted: 8:02 pm on June 24th
TrashyGirl writes: Fantastic! WOW!
I love the table, screen ideas but with such a grouping it would be so cool to do a sitting/potting shed! All framed in with paned glass. Your little nook, home away from home... Oh! I am totally wishing I had them! Do SHARE your creations! Posted: 12:23 am on April 30th
Clairenda writes: That is a junkers dream come true. Hope the luck continues. Posted: 9:17 pm on February 13th
eliz2nd writes: wow how lucky are you ! Posted: 11:20 am on February 3rd
CottageElements writes: What a score! How fortunate for you to find such a staff!

Lani Posted: 5:35 pm on February 1st
SpacyTracy writes: I too love old windows, wood or metal. I make all sorts of stuff with old wood windows and sell them at the local farmers market. Coldframes, mini conservatories, mirrors, picture fames, chalkboards,tables, and special order anything. Let us know what you do with them.Thanks for sharing. Posted: 8:12 pm on January 31st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: The whole metal aspect is the best part. I know we all have our stash of wood windows but the metal takes it over the top! I think I'd be using the frame, sandblasted or stripped, for a couple of projects myself. Awesome deal!
Candy Posted: 3:09 pm on January 31st
upyourattic writes: Great find! I see tables, folding screens, room dividers, bars, wall hangings, all kinds of stuff! Wonderful things to come, I'm sure!

P.S. Love the new icon - but you're a guy!!

Patti Posted: 1:48 pm on January 31st
georgiamoon writes: ARE YOU KIDDING ME??? Those are the greatest find EVER and the price is blowin' my mind here. I don't think I can type anymore I"m all a-twitter, see...ahdl;jfuefkmehnf;kfnkv . geo Posted: 1:35 pm on January 31st
Redesigned writes: lucky you...SCORE!

Sue Posted: 12:54 pm on January 31st
shamrockerin writes: wow! what a lucky find! LOVE old windows! Posted: 10:49 am on January 31st
MelHow writes: Absolutely awesome!! Posted: 11:43 pm on January 30th
SweetMelissa writes: Holy cow! Jackpot!!!! I love, love old windows, especially those with many panes. Please do share what you decide to do with these. Posted: 11:39 pm on January 30th
irishrovr writes: BONANZA!!! Can't wait to see what you do with them!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 11:25 pm on January 30th
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