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Pair of Early Neo-Grec Iron and Bronze Shutter Bars, c1875

Item #R0896

Description

Shutter bars or latches were used to fasten pairs of interior shutters closed - a technology (both shutters and their hardware) almost forgotten today. This oair is especially handsome, with the missed cast iron and cast bronze parts. 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 patterns.

Price as shown: $100.00

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Product Specifications

  • Finish: Iron and Bronze
  • Set of: 2 latches
  • Height: 2-1/8"
  • Latch Width: 1"
  • Catch Width: 1"
  • Projection: 1/2"
  • Center-to-center: 1-1/2"

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