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Whether you are looking for a simple old window frame, a carved wooden door, old cast iron radiators, or even an entire roof, you have a great chance of finding what you are looking for in an antique store or a flea market specializing in architectural salvage. Marketplaces specializing in this field buy and sell building parts salvaged from demolished or remodeled structures. Examples of architectural salvage pieces that can be found in these sometimes huge antique warehouses include oak beams, cast iron radiators, cartwheels, cornerstones or lintels for construction, stone tubs, floor stones, marble fireplace mantel, bathroom fixtures, filigreed doorknobs, kitchen cabinets, ceramic tile, old bricks, solid oak doors, and so on. Architectural salvage materials can give your real estate renovation project a unique touch that will also pay off the day you wish to resell your property. Here is the list of the most famous marketplaces specialized in architectural salvage in Europe and the United States

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