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Complete Sash Set in Columbian Pattern by Reading, c1895
Complete Sash Set in Columbian Pattern by Reading, c1895

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$120.00

Richly detailed and sporting distinctive urn finials, this set of sash lock and finger lifts are in the popular "Columbian" pattern by Reading Hardware Co. and date to the 1890s. This pattern is much-loved by hardware admirers for the superbly executed foliage and beastie faces in the Romanesque-...

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Pair of Nickel Plated Arts & Crafts Sash Lifts C1910
Pair of Nickel Plated Arts & Crafts Sash Lifts C1910

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$35.00

Classic pair of nickel plated brass sash lifts, typical on the lower sash of double-hung windows through much of the 20th century. Can also be used as drawer pulls.

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Set of 5 Cast Bronze R&E "Racine" Flush Sash Lifts, c1905
Set of 5 Cast Bronze R&E "Racine" Flush Sash Lifts, c1905

$120.00

Amaze family and friends with your hardware expertise when you casually toss off the comment "Oh yes, those lovely cast bronze flush sash lifts are a Louis XIV design in the Racine pattern by Russell & Erwin from around 1905-1915." Or, just keep it to yourself and enjoy the quiet satisfactio...

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Set of 6 Fleur-de-Lis Casement Fasteners, c1895
Set of 6 Fleur-de-Lis Casement Fasteners, c1895

$240.00

A wonderful set of six early casement window fasteners in a lovely hard-to-find pattern complete with catches. These would mount on the inside of an in-swinging window or cupboard door.

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Set of 3 Cast Iron Victorian Sash Lifts, c1875
Set of 3 Cast Iron Victorian Sash Lifts, c1875

$75.00

A set of three cast iron hook finger lifts for the lower sash of double-hung windows in homes built between the late 1870s and the turn of the century (these early basic designs stayed in production for many years). A simple Neo-Grec design and a soft patina make these lifts a wonderful finishin...

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Sash Locks

Hefty Cast Iron Spring-Style Sash Lock, Pat. 1879
Hefty Cast Iron Spring-Style Sash Lock, Pat. 1879

$75.00

The early spring-style sash lock shown here was first patented in 1869 by George McGregor and George Voll, and subsequently assigned to Hopkins & Dickinson who popularized it during the 1870s (and took several manufacturers to court over perceived patent violations). The patents were continua...

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Pair of Reading “Windsor” Cast Iron Sash Locks, 1885
Pair of Reading “Windsor” Cast Iron Sash Locks, 1885

$100.00

Reading’s “Windsor” pattern was one of the most popular and widely distributed of all Victorian-era hardware patterns, offered by Sears among many others. This pair of classic Windsor sash locks are in the very common drum form and latch with dual lift-and-pull action. $('#order_cart_line_item...

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Cast Iron Spring-Style Sash Lock, Pat. 1879
Cast Iron Spring-Style Sash Lock, Pat. 1879

$50.00

The early spring-style sash lock shown here was first patented in 1869 by George McGregor and George Voll, and subsequently assigned to Hopkins & Dickinson who popularized it during the 1870s (and took several manufacturers to court over perceived patent violations). The patents were continu...

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Pair of Cast Iron Lever Sash Locks, Pat. July 2, 1878
Pair of Cast Iron Lever Sash Locks, Pat. July 2, 1878

$100.00

The July 2, 1878 patent date on this sash lock refers to the Morris patent, which developed the “drooping” lever on the operating handle that fell into a locking slot on the base plate. The nickel-plated cap finials on this pair make a nice contract to the softly aged cast iron. About this ty...

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Ives' Patent Cam-Style Iron Sash Locks, c1888
Ives' Patent Cam-Style Iron Sash Locks, c1888

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$35.00

Perhaps the most popular and widely distributed sash lock of the 1890s, this particular version of H. B. Ives' patented cam-style fast was used on countless Queen Anne cottages and other late-Victorian homes. In Clarence Howard Blackall's indispensable 1889 reference "Builder's Hardware" he s...

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Eagle Claw Sash Locks, c.1880
Eagle Claw Sash Locks, c.1880

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$45.00

In the finest Eastlake manner, these cast iron sash locks are decorative from every angle. Their attractively gleaming gray finish highlights their patterned surfaces. Note: A few extremely light rust spots, primarily on undersides where not visible. $('#order_cart_line_item_quantity').att...

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Sash Lifts

Complete Sash Set in Columbian Pattern by Reading, c1895
Complete Sash Set in Columbian Pattern by Reading, c1895

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$120.00

Richly detailed and sporting distinctive urn finials, this set of sash lock and finger lifts are in the popular "Columbian" pattern by Reading Hardware Co. and date to the 1890s. This pattern is much-loved by hardware admirers for the superbly executed foliage and beastie faces in the Romanesque-...

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Pair of Cast Iron Anglo-Japanese Sash Finger Lifts, c1885
Pair of Cast Iron Anglo-Japanese Sash Finger Lifts, c1885

$50.00

Like miniature pieces of Japanese artwork, these two hook finger lifts in the Aesthetic or Anglo-Japanese style feature the signature asymmetrical composition, stylized plant forms, geometric bands and radial sunbursts typical of this hot 1880s design trend (think "The Mikado" by Gilbert & S...

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Set of 5 Cast Bronze R&E "Racine" Flush Sash Lifts, c1905
Set of 5 Cast Bronze R&E "Racine" Flush Sash Lifts, c1905

$120.00

Amaze family and friends with your hardware expertise when you casually toss off the comment "Oh yes, those lovely cast bronze flush sash lifts are a Louis XIV design in the Racine pattern by Russell & Erwin from around 1905-1915." Or, just keep it to yourself and enjoy the quiet satisfactio...

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Pair of Bronze Bar Sash Lifts, c1930
Pair of Bronze Bar Sash Lifts, c1930

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$18.00

Classic pair of bronze bar sash lifts, typical on the lower sash of double-hung windows through much of the 20th century. Can also be used as drawer pulls. $('#order_cart_line_item_quantity').attr('disabled','disabled');

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Pair of Bronze Bar Sash Lifts, c1930
Pair of Bronze Bar Sash Lifts, c1930

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$20.00

Classic pair of bronze bar sash lifts, typical on the lower sash of double-hung windows through much of the 20th century. Can also be used as drawer pulls. $('#order_cart_line_item_quantity').attr('disabled','disabled');

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Set of 3 Cast Iron Victorian Sash Lifts, c1875
Set of 3 Cast Iron Victorian Sash Lifts, c1875

$75.00

A set of three cast iron hook finger lifts for the lower sash of double-hung windows in homes built between the late 1870s and the turn of the century (these early basic designs stayed in production for many years). A simple Neo-Grec design and a soft patina make these lifts a wonderful finishin...

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Pair of Nickel Plated Arts & Crafts Sash Lifts C1910
Pair of Nickel Plated Arts & Crafts Sash Lifts C1910

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$35.00

Classic pair of nickel plated brass sash lifts, typical on the lower sash of double-hung windows through much of the 20th century. Can also be used as drawer pulls.

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Pair of 'Columbian' Cast Brass Sash Lifts by Reading, C1895
Pair of 'Columbian' Cast Brass Sash Lifts by Reading, C1895

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$60.00

Organic and asymmetrical, the Aesthetic Movement capped the end of the Victorian period by making ornamentation even more extravagant and engaging. This pair of unusual cast brass sash lifts (in the popular "Columbian" pattern from the Reading Hardware Company) are highly stylized in both their s...

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Miscellaneous Window

Eastlake Transom Window Latch, c1885
Eastlake Transom Window Latch, c1885

$50.00

Here's a nice find: cast iron transom window latches that are beautiful little examples of the Eastlake style. Isn't it nice when even the smallest details are attractive and authentic?

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Set of 6 Fleur-de-Lis Casement Fasteners, c1895
Set of 6 Fleur-de-Lis Casement Fasteners, c1895

$240.00

A wonderful set of six early casement window fasteners in a lovely hard-to-find pattern complete with catches. These would mount on the inside of an in-swinging window or cupboard door.

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Set of 8 Stunning Neo-Grec Cast Bronze Shutter Bars, c1875
Set of 8 Stunning Neo-Grec Cast Bronze Shutter Bars, c1875

$300.00

An outstanding set of finely cast solid bronze shutter bars in the Neo-Grec style popular during the 1870s. Shutter bars or latches were used to fasten pairs of interior shutters closed - a technology (both shutters and their hardware) almost forgotten today. Even more lost in the mists of time ...

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Set of Primitive Shutter Dogs, c.1870
Set of Primitive Shutter Dogs, c.1870

$400.00

Counterbalanced so that they'll catch and hold shutters open, these nifty and practical shutter dogs also look terrific. The bit of rust doesn't interfere with their smooth functioning, but it does give them a nicely authentic look. Note: Mounting screws not included. $('#order_cart_line_i...

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Set of Hand-Forged Bifold Shutter Hinges, c1900
Set of Hand-Forged Bifold Shutter Hinges, c1900

$250.00

Substantial and picturesque, not to mention hand-forged – what more could one want from shutter hinges? How about the beautiful, original, square-head screws? Yes, they are included. $('#order_cart_line_item_quantity').attr('disabled','disabled');

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