Replacing windows - keeping old art glass?

Hi All,
I'm looking at replacing the windows on my 101-year-old house. However, one of the nice features of this place is the leaded-glass window panes in the upper half of some of the front-facing double-hung windows. It isn't anything too fancy, but just a pretty multi-lite criss-cross diamond pattern which adds some charm.
Question is: does anyone have any experience with getting new windows made which encorporate existing art glass? Who does this, and what does it cost versus a standard marvin/andersen-type window? Seems like it might be possible to sandwich it between two panes of the modern glazing, but my google searches have come up short.
Thnx much,
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I've ordered new windows for my 112 year old house. They will be Marvins.

Other than transom windows my leaded glass is only in the master bathroom. What I ordered for there is Marvin's Historic Window. It is a single pane window with a storm window set in the frame on the inside. Now I don't really like my existing stained glass window. It is more opaque than I'd like. And past repairs are obvious. So I am having a new window made. The work won't be started until the new window is installed and we know the exact size of the storm window. Then we will replace that with the stained glass. We will also weigh the difference between the windows and order the correct spring to handle this extra weight.
Anderson only sells windows in stock sizes. So if you want to do it right you should get Marvins made to fit. Mine are the Double Magnums with wood trim on the outside. I'm landmarked, so I had to file and be sure they match the original style. For my bedroom I ordered sound deadening glass. And you may want to get the strips to cap over the tan plastic tracks that the upper window slides down in. They look pretty obvious when you paint the windows black on the outside as I will. Then to lower the upper window, and to tilt the upper panes in, the covers will have to be removed. I presume just snapped off.
Don <donwiss at panix.com>.
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Hey Don, welcome back.
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An inexpensive, single pane, storm window on the outside? Replace the glass with the art glass. Then you have the standard window behind it, on either side, depending on where you want the art.
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