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Recreated Locking Victorian Screen Door Set 1.5" Backset (ZLW107-2X)
Price: $153.50


Polished Unlacquered Brass
Antique Brass Finish
Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish

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ZLW107-2PB  Polished Unlacquered Brass Locking Victorian Screen Door Set 1.5" Backset

ZLW107-2DK  Antique Brass Finish Locking Victorian Screen Door Set 1.5" Backset {PICTURED}

ZLW107-2OB  Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Locking Victorian Screen Door Set 1.5" Backset

Lost wax casting of fine quality brass ensures that this set looks like our antique original.  Please note from photos that the knob and lever can switch sides depending on your preference.

Only for sale as a set.

Set Consists of:

  • One Surface Lock and Catch
  • One Screen Door Knob
  • One Lever Handle with Attached Spindle
  • One Small Backplate


  • Lock:
    • Overall:  2 ¼" wide by 1 78" tall.
    • Backset:  1 ½"
    • Catch:  2" tall, with 78" inside leg.
  • Knob:  1 ¼" diameter, with 1" projection.
  • Lever Handle:  1 ¾" long, with 1 38".  Shaft is attached.
  • Backplate: 1" wide by 2 18" tall.

Mounting screws are included with all pieces of hardware in this set.

Choose from polished unlacquered brass, or one of our "antique" patinas.



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