Hi all, Last year our heating bills were too high, and we reluctantly decided to replace almost all of the original windows in our almost 100 year old house. The windows were the really pretty kind where the glass isn't quite flat, so you get kind of a rippled effect when you look outside. They're all in their wood frames (in pretty good shape, except for flaking lead paint), with the functional pulley systems and everything. I couldn't bear to throw them away--they're nice, and have a historic quality that I like. Does anyone know of a way to make use of these 20 some windows of varying sizes? Or, is there a market for them--maybe historical restoration, or artists, or something? I'm going to use a few of the smaller ones to make dried flower arrangements to hang on the wall (I saw this at a craft show, very charming), but that still leaves a lot of windows. Thanks!