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Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. - Boston - Durand Process - Patent Silvering Contact Member
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pdavis83 7452 December 13, 1901
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I bought a historic home with this mirror as artwork. It's heavier than any mirror I've ever picked up and is .25 inches (quarter inch) thick. It's about 28 inches long. Here is the markings on the back-



Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
Boston Durand Process
Patent Silvering
Dec 10 1941



It's in pretty good condition. Some on the paint on the edges are chipped but the glass is perfect.
I was wonder if it's worth selling or scrapping.
Any advice would help. My email is pdavis83@hotmail.com.
Keywords: Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. - Boston Durand Process Patent Silvering



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