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Mortise Sashlock & Handle help

Posted by milele (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 16, 10 at 14:36

Dear Forum... I am looking for the equivalent of Union 2295 Mortice Sashlock:
http://www.handles4doors.co.uk/Door-Locks-Security-Hardware/2-3-Lever-Mortice-Locks/sc662/p27185.aspx
and this handle:
http://www.handles4doors.co.uk/Door-Handles/Door-Handles-Traditional/sc629/p15275.aspx

I live in US and this product is made in England but available in Africa and EU. Any suggestions for US?
My house has all these handles but we put an addition and now we have one missing. In particular we are looking for the bathroom version which has a lock that can be open from the outside in case the kids get trapped. I have picture available if needed.

PLEASE HELP!


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RE: Mortise Sashlock & Handle help

Oh, you want a narrow mortise lockset. There have been a couple on ebay of late. They were typically used in old-style french doors (called sash doors) where a full-depth lockset was too big.
The exact door plate and handle I can't help you with. If you bought a second hand lock on ebay (you'd have to make do with a substitute unless the set came complete with handles (usually a small knob inside and a very small lever outside.)
Casey

Here is a link that might be useful: narrow lock on ebay (ended)


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RE: Mortise Sashlock & Handle help

well, then I will buy them from UK where they still sell them. Tx anyway


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