Antique Norwalk Vernacular Style Doorknob


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Antique Norwalk Vernacular Style Doorknob

A quite unique and rare bronze doorknob produced by Norwalk from 1885-1890. The attachment style is based on a patent from 1884 by T. Taylor and includes a screw at the center of the doorknob. The knob was made in both a standard style as well as with the center screw. A similar attachment style was used by Union Doorknob for a few different style knobs.

This Antique Norwalk Vernacular Style Doorknob is an antique item and may show wear due to age. This may include scratches, pitting, patina, finish loss, rust or other general wear. We attempt to include any significant damage beyond regular wear within the description. We make every effort to clean as much paint, dirt and rust off of items while still leaving as much of the original patina as possible. Photos shown are of actual item you will receive.

This item may be shippable.

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Norwalk Lock Company began under the leadership of Ebenezer Hill in 1865. It was located in Norwalk, CT. They manufactured locks, keys, builders hardware and apple peelers.In 1864, after the purchase of a steam pump company, it became Norwalk Iron Works. The Segal Lock and Hardware Company acquired Norwalk in 1929.

Additional information

Weight 5.9 oz
Dimensions 2.25 × 2.25 × 2.25 in

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