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Pictured are left handed hinges.

Colonial Cast Iron, 3-1/2", Lift Off Hinges

  • Description

    These cast iron lift off hinges were in general use before 1860.  They make removing doors for painting easy.  


    Sold by the pair.  Clear coated cast iron.


    Colonial American hardware was initially all wrought iron made by local blacksmiths.  Even screws were handmade.  Brass hardware was imported and was considerably more expensive.  Undersized doorknobs were commonly used to conserve brass.  Detailing was plain with the occasional turning of a doorknob foot


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