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Short Guide, Scottish traditional shopfronts, published, on 18 April 2017 by Historic Environment Scotland, suggests a lifting sash is: ‘Found in shops which may have been a butcher’s or fishmonger’s in the past. The sash window slides upwards behind the fixed upper sash to allow the display to be arranged, for ice to be removed and for sales to be made to the street. Upper window may be decorated with stained glass and the window may be quite wide. Popular until 1930s but now rarely found.’
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