Hard-to-Find Antique Early 1800’s Federal Doors, 43-1/4” Wide, with Original Hinges – TWO AVAILABLE NED163 - For Sale
Hard-to-Find Antique Early 1800’s Federal Doors, 43-1/4” Wide, with Original Hinges – TWO AVAILABLE NED163
Rare antique Federal period 43” interior doors with their original hinges. These doors are made of poplar and were salvaged from an 1823 home in Columbia, Tennessee, outside Nashville. The house was designed by architect Nathan Vaught and finished in 1823 for Major John Brown II, who named the house “Annoatuck,” an Indian word meaning “a windy hill.” Some are painted white on both sides; the one pictured is white on one side and has a faux finish on the other side. Condition may vary slightly. These doors measure 43-1/4” wide, 1-1/2” thick, and range in height from 78” to 80” tall (all measurements approximate). Matching 41-1/2” doors are also available, item # NED162. The door pictured is one of the 41-1/2” doors in the same design. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH DOOR; THERE ARE TWO AVAILABLE.
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