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Sargent Cast Iron Porch Door Latch End Eastlake Victorian Era House Part Brass Locking Knob Patent 1891

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Cast Iron latch end with cast brass knob for the lock. Porch door size.
Eastlake style design. Embossed Patent July 14 1891 and Sargent & Co.
Iron handle.
Brass lock can be used to lock or to keep from latching if set in the open position.
This would be used on the inside of the door.
Has most of the original black paint. Slight bend to one brass fin.
The part you see is complete and working.
Match up to your end keep.
Does not come with screws.
Base is 1 15/16" long, just under 2 1/4" wide. Reverse doorknob post hole is 1/4" square.

Shipping is through the USPS. I try to keep it at the First Class rate but will sometimes use Flat Rate Priority shipping. International buyers should ask for actual shipping before buying. Customs fees are the responsibility of the buyer. I will make a note of 100 year old items on the customs form.

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Sargent Cast Iron Porch Door Latch End Eastlake Victorian Era House Part Brass Locking Knob Patent 1891

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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Craft type: Home improvement, Woodworking & carpentry
  • Materials: iron, brass
  • Feedback: 68 reviews
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