The sash are to be 2¼ inches thick, moulded and rebated for the glass and properly secured. Sill to be 2f inches thick with outer edge moulded as per full-size section and bored for ventilation. Transom bar moulded out of (3x4-inch) stock with one row of dentils. Door posts to be worked out of solid timber* (5x5-inch) rebated for the door and transom and beaded on outer edge. Transom sash to be hung at the top and fitted with transom lifters as specified elsewhere.
The doors are to be (2 1/8 inches) thick (veneered with quarter-sawed oak on a staved-up pine core), made in the best manner of kiln-dried stock, divided into panels as shown, with raised panels at the bottom and raised (flush) panel mould around both wood and glass panels.
Form the moulded panels below the sill and finish with a 1 1/8-inch moulded base, scribed at the bottom, or make 2¼-inch rebated plank frame for basement sash below the main sill, with 1 ¾-inch rebated sill (grooved for back of iron sidewalk), and break a ¾x7/8-inch moulding around the frame. Sash to be (1 ¾ inches) thick, divided into lights as shown, hung at the top with 3-inch heavy narrow butts, japanned and provided with 2½-inch brass cupboard catch at the bottom, and galvanized hook and eye to keep them open. Cover the opening with wire guard made of No. 11 wire, 1¼-inch mesh, with 3/8-inch round iron frame, all painted with black varnish.
Form a false beam above the sash around entrance and form the ceiling of entrance with (7/8x2½~inch) beaded ceiling with 7/8x2½-inch bed mould.
Form the platforms inside of 7/8x2 ½-inch (7/8x4-inch) tongued and grooved quartered white oak (maple, hard pine) flooring, blind nailed to (2X4-inch) joists, set 16 inches on centres, and carefully smoothed and scraped. Form a moulded nosing on inside with 7/8x3½-inch moulded apron under, and ceil (or form moulded panels) from the apron to the floor.
Glass. - The small sash to light basement to be glazed with first quality double strength glass, set in putty. All other glass in the store front, including door lights, to be of American polished plate glass, secured in place with a stop bead (screwed on with nickel-plated screws).
360. - If the store front is to be constructed as in Sections D, E and F, Fig. 118, it should be specified as follows:
Construct the frame for store front as shown by the scale and detail drawings. The angle posts, transoms and division bars to be worked out of solid clear straight grained, well seasoned white pine or redwood, moulded as per detail and rebated for the glass. Sill to be moulded out of 3x8-inch (redwood) and strongly supported. Door posts to be worked out of 4x4-inch whitewood, rebated for the door and transom and beaded on outer edge.
* If store front is finished in hard wood, posts should be of pine, veneered with ½-inch stuff.
Cover the outside of angle and division bars with oxidized copper sash bars (copper sash bars, nickel plated) of the size and shape indicated on the drawings and formed over a white pine (redwood) core. The vertical bars to cut between the sill and transom and between transom and soffit of window. Put up 1 1/8-inch plank at top and sides, secured to the ironwork by machine screws, and veneer with 1/2-inch (whitewood). Cover on outside with 1x½-inch oxidized copper sash bar, made to cope with the vertical bars and to fit against the iron soffit and columns.
All metal sash bars to be put on with (2½-inch) round-headed screws, about 16 inches apart, finished to match the sash bars.
[Rest or window, doors, glass, etc., same as specified above.