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OLD BARN SIDING PICTURE FRAMES - $5 (Warsaw)

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Date listed: 1 year ago
I will build the picture frames as the order is placed. The wood is from an old barn that was close to 100 years old. The single picture, picture frames will be recessed on the back side for the picture and a piece of cardboard to support the picture. You can call 574-253-1716 to place an order. Shipping to your home can be available also.4x6 1.5" frame $6.004x6 2" frame $8.004x6 3" frame $11.005x7 1.5" frame $8.005x7 2" frame $10.005x7 3" frame $13.008x10 1.5" frame $10.008x10 2" frame $12.008x10 3" frame $15.00 The pictured 4 hole frame is 16x16 with 6"x6" holes and the frame is 1.5" $20.00 not designed for glass pane. The pictured 5 hole frame has an 8x10 center picture and [4] 5x7 picture frames on the outside. This is with glass panes. $60.00 The pictured 5 hole frame has 4x6 openings. This is with glass panes. $30.00Thank you for looking,Everett Location: Warsawit's ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests  
 
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