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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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