A pair of matching antique double entry doors from an old church built in the late 1800's to early 1900's. They are very heavy and have many coats of old paint on them. Judging from the wood that is visible, they appear to be oak. They have old hardware including strap door hinges, door handles and locks. The cross on each door is made from wood.
Also included are the old pneumatic Russwin door closing mechanisms. On the inside is one push bar and a locking mechanism that runs the length of the door. Each door is 95 inches tall, 36 inches wide and 2 1/4 inches thick.
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