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Restored Antique Rim (Box) Locks, page 53      


Reference # 245-326


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Late 1600's to early 1700's single sided wrought iron latch, beautifully executed with nice decorative design.  This type of latch was made for use primarily on interior shutters and were a very important part of securing the windows for the night.   This bar lift type latch is non-reversible and is right hand only.  May be used as a latch on any small door where one-sided access is all that is needed.   Measuring 3 1/2" high at highest 5 1/4" deep.  The lift bar has an operating ring grasp 1" in diameter.   The bar extends 7/8".  Screw mount keeper extends 1" when mounted (3/4" deep x 2 1/4" high overall) and is our own hand made replacement.  Restored to black finish and complete - slotted mounting screws are included. A wonderful example of early American latches.

17th Century Single-Sided Bar Latch
Price $ 250.00

 

                 



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