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A historically significant Antique American Stained Glass Window which I believe was from the Columbia Exhibition, Chicago, 1893. I bought the Window close to 20 years ago and was told at that time of its origin. Based on the subject matter and the frame hardware I think it was a claristory window in the Agriculture exhibition hall.
The entire Window appears to be two layers thick with obvious loss to the backing plate behind 'Agriculture' as well as some minor loss in the outer border. There are a few inconsequental cracks in the field. In its original frame the Window measures 47" x 39".
21058 (47" x 39")