This is a handsome antique Tudor door, c. 1910, with a hinged window. This plank door features a small, hinged window accented on one side with a row of dentils, and has been painted white on one side and forest green on the other. It is still hinged in its original doorjamb (pictured) and has a handle, thumb latch, and lock on one side, with a turn and a brass knob on the other. The door is in very good antique condition; the brass knob is slightly dented and could easily be replaced. The glass is in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks. Without the jamb, the door measures approx. 36” wide and 79 ½” tall. With the jamb, it measures 38 ½” wide, 81 ¾” tall, and 5 5/8” deep. The window is 10 ½” wide and 14” tall.