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80,000+ circa 1895 Brick from N.C. Hotel
Listing #434918 Listed on: 06/12


Listing Type:For Sale
Location:McDonough, GA
Category:Lumber
Sale Type:Lumber Dealer
Name:Southern Architechural Salvage
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Purchased National Historic register Hotel in North Carolina for immediate dismanteling, local fired brick available.
Minimum Quantity: Truckloads prefered

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