The detail is pretty remarkable, all beveled glass and each opening carefully carved.
The original hardware even includes a little flap to cover the deadbolt.
The smaller door on the side of the front porch is just as nice.
This door also has the original hardware although some new deadbolts were also added somewhere along the line.
It is a shame nobody ever uses these doors. Someday we plan to redo the driveway to encourage guests to use them. Doors of this quality are hard to find. In fact, today I cleaned all the entry and screen doors and found it interesting that the newer 1970s doors in the back of the house are in much worse shape some even need replacing, but the doors from 1892 are as plumb and straight as can be.
Not only is the art of making a door lost, apparently the skill of hanging a door properly is hard to find.