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Beautiful Bronze front plate with raised design. Geometric and floral. Marked with embossed words Sargent & Co. Easy Spring. A quality door hardware company in business starting in 1810. Quality and elegance.

I looked up this set and NONE for sale have the design on the face. The rest are all plain. This is a very unusual piece.

Bronze seems to have its original patina. Buttons easily push in, and the tongue easily goes in. There is rectangle button with a scroll etched in it that seems to be part of hte locking mechanism but sine I don't have a key I can't test it.

COLOR is DARKER on BRONZE - I lightened photo so detail could be seen.

I think this is Arts and Crafts, but it might be Eastlake Victorian. See my Thumb latch door pull that I bought at the same estate sale.

App. 7 x 1" for the plate dimensions. Mounting holes for screws are app. 6 1/8" apart - measuring from centers.

Shipped priority because of the weight,

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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I send to your PAYPAL address. If this address is wrong or you want the package sent to a different location, send me a separate email. If your address is incorrect or incomplete, and I get it back from the PO as undeliverable, I'm happy to ship it again. BUT I must charge you for the 2nd shipping - i.e. new bubble envelope, actual postage, and new Paypal service fee.postage, and Paypal service fee.


I accept Paypal payment and Etsy Direct Checkout, USPS Postal Money Orders or personal checks.
I ship items 1-3 DAYS after payment - or after payment has cleared my bank with a check and money order.

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As I sell vintage items, some age wear must be expected. All items are sold 'as is', unless I misrepresent the item or the condition.

Additional policies

I rarely accept offers to reduce a price unless you are buying huge volumes of things. I can revisit postage/fees/materials on a sale with many items.