Lovely complete working thumb-latch sets for an exterior door, salvaged from the H. G. Hill Family Home, “Cliff Lawn”, in Nashville, TN. Dating from the early 1900’s, each door hardware set consists of a cast bronze lever, a decorative oval door knob, rosettes, thumb turn, and a lock cylinder escutcheon. The lever measures 4-1/4” long with a 1-7/8” projection. The oval doorknob measures 1-3/8″ wide by 1-3/8 wide and projects 2″; the larger rosette measures 2-1/4″ in diameter, and the smaller escutcheon measures 1-3/4″ in diameter. The mortise faceplate measures 8-5/8″ tall by 1-1/4″ wide and the body is 6-1/4″ tall by 2-1/8″ wide with a 1-1/2″ back set; the thumb turn measures 2″ wide by 1″ deep. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH COMPLETE SET (ENOUGH HARDWARE FOR ONE DOOR).