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Early 1900s Ball Rim Lock Knobs

We currently have 1 in stock.

Matching pairs of purpose made rim lock ball door handles from an early 1900s School building. We've described them as matching but one handle is larger than the other, it's how they came off the doors and the brass is an exact match. They have a threaded spindle with an oval collar for keeping the lock side handle on and the other just slides over the spindle. Each pair have been cleaned and machine polished, they'll tarnish pretty quickly aster a bit of use.

Sold in pairs.


Good original condition, they do have marks, scratches, we've added a few modern washers to a couple of pairs. 

Finish: Solid brass
Diameter of handle: 45mm & 50mm (1.75in & 2in)
Size Rose/back plate: 58mm (2.25in)
Projection: 70mm (2.75in)
Fits doors & locks: 40mm to 90mm (1.5in to 3.5in)
Supplied with: New brass slotted screws 
Stock code: 1633/F

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