Antique Elevator Cage For Sale

Antique Elevator Cage For Sale

May 2nd, 2009

Again, the Internet amazes me! It’s not every day you see an antique elevator for sale! I am not sure who manufactured the entire unit but I can identify the car control pushbutton. The pushbutton station is an old C.J. Anderson and parts are still available for it.  For $4900 and change this could be yours.

Note that it would be ideal for any residential elevator. Passenger elevators for public use would not allow the unit because it doesn’t comply with the new elevator codes.

I would date this elevator to the 1920’s to 1930’s. To contact the seller of this cool antique elevator click the following link.

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  • Connie Krupp
    May 15th, 2009
    at 1:36 pm

    I am very very interested in the elevator cage you have for sale. Would it be possible for you to send me more info – shipping costs and/or pick-up location. Also – could you send some additional photos? I have been searching for one for a very long time and appreciate any additional photos and info you could send. Thanks very much. Cheers!

  • elevatorpreservation
    May 15th, 2009
    at 8:35 pm

    We’re just a website that loves old elevators. For more information on pricing/shipping etc, visit http://www.demolitiondepot.com/vo/demo/inv/list.asp?CAT1=Elevators+(plus+parts+%26+doors)&CAT2=miscellaneous&CATC=elev&start=11

  • elevatorpreservation
    May 15th, 2009
    at 8:47 pm

    Sorry this is another link, http://www.antiquemarketplace.biz/specials/CenterIsleFeature2.htm

  • Jennifer Frey
    October 21st, 2009
    at 4:57 pm

    I am trying to salvage a 3 story elevator from building demolition in the month of Nov 2009. I am in the Seattle, WA area. I realize you would not be interested in a modern elevator, but could you point me in a direction of someone who may want this elevator or someone who might know someone. I can send photos and more detailed information upon request. We are trying to salvage and recycle 100% from this building- nothing to go in the landfill.

  • dave puttkemery
    December 25th, 2009
    at 10:26 pm

    AM looking for a antique elevator about three storries, will salvage if required. thanks
    email; puttkammer406@hotmail.com
    406 889 5295

  • dave puttkemery
    December 30th, 2009
    at 12:53 pm

    looking for info on salvage elevator posted by jennifer frey,let me know if its still avalible please, and photos would be great . thanks dave

  • hurricaneranch
    January 1st, 2010
    at 5:04 pm

    Jennifer Frey please email Dave (puttkammer406@hotmail.com)re 3 floor elevator – how old?, email pics, etc. If anyone else has antique 3 floor elevator will salvage from bldg.
    Thanks!

  • Karl Bryner
    March 7th, 2010
    at 6:08 pm

    I am removing 3 1919 motors controls and switching they are keeping the cars but everything else is going to scrape. 15 story building
    on the historical. all cars working
    when shut down. (801) 707-0906
    Karl Bryner

  • elevatorpreservation
    March 16th, 2010
    at 12:28 pm

    Karl, thanks for your comment! I recommend that you post a free classified ad over at http://www.elevatorgear.com and see if there is anyone interested!

    Thanks!

  • elevatorpreservation
    March 19th, 2010
    at 8:23 pm

    Visit http://www.elevatorgear.com, set up a free account and list them for sale!

  • Beth Mangus Roberts
    March 28th, 2010
    at 7:08 pm

    Is this elevator still for sale? Thanks Beth Mangus Roberts

  • elevatorpreservation
    March 28th, 2010
    at 8:18 pm

    Sorry Beth but we aren’t the ones selling the old elevator. Try contacting, http://www.antiquemarketplace.biz/specials/CenterIsleFeature2.htm to see if it’s still for sale.

  • Andrea
    May 28th, 2010
    at 7:47 pm

    Hi, I recently bought an old funeral home in Iowa which originally opened in 1923. Didn’t know there was an elevator in it until after I bought it. I think the elevator is neat, but have no use for it. Everything is still there hooked up, but it just sits in my basement. I posted a classified ad for it on http://www.elevatorgear.com under fun elevator stuff. There are a few pics there also. If you are interested in it, check it out and let me know… ajdunlap1@netzero.com

  • Michael
    August 3rd, 2010
    at 10:36 am

    We are a non profit organization that currently looking for an Old Style Antique elevator for use in a historic flour mill. If anyone has one or could help us locate one can you please email us. Thank you!

  • john
    December 17th, 2010
    at 11:26 pm

    I want to recreate a mill with a 3 story antique, cage, or unique elevator. Finders fee if you can help.

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