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Early Neo-Grec Cast Iron Shutter Bar, c1875

Item #R0895

Description

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 is that shutter bars in this particular style - with the mounting screws on the baseplate rather than through the pivot point of bar and catch - were known as the New York pattern. Not to be confused with the Philadelphia or Ohio pattern.

Price as shown: $30.00

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Product Specifications

  • Finish: Cast Iron
  • Latch Height: 2-1/8"
  • Latch Width: 1"
  • Latch Projection: 1/2"
  • Strike Height: 2-1/8"
  • Strike Width: 1"
  • Strike Projection: 1/2"

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