1890 Copper Window Frames Converted into Mirrors

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A group of copper framed windows salvaged from the Fifth Avenue building in Manhattan.

The 16-story building was completed in 1909 and was originally known as the Fifth Avenue Building, which name is on the landmark clock outside the front entrance, and the interlocked initials "F.A.B." were still in the building's elevators in 2003. The architect was Robert Maynicke. An ornate cast-iron sidewalk clock outside the main entrance, built by Helca Iron Works in 1909, became a New York City designated landmark in 1981. 

39.00" X 39.00" X 2.50"


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