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Former landmark... Here's what 42nd Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan looks like these days.  (Click here if you forgot what it used to look like--what a difference.)  The Architecturologists get the good stuff before it disappears.
   
Check out the intricate details in this fretwork.  The Architecturologists removed all of this and the staircase from a Harlem brownstone. fret2a.jpg (7255 bytes)
   
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This mantel comes from the same brownstone as the fretwork--incredible woodwork there.  It's 8 ft. tall and 6 ft. wide solid oak. (Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.) All twelve of these marble columns and capitals from a Manhattan synagogue... oops, sold already!  Well, the best stuff goes quick.
   
doggy.jpg (10536 bytes) What Is It? Dept.: Um, it's a doggy doorbell pull. Pull the ring, it rings the bell.  Finely detailed bronze; probably from around 1890-1900

If you know what this thing did, write us.  This Western Union "call box" came from a building on 42nd & Lexington Ave. in New York, probably from around 1910

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