Hard-to-find antique wooden doorknob sets with matching escutcheons, marked with patent dates of October 19, 1869 and November 2, 1869. The circular doorknobs feature an intricately carved quatrefoil design ornamented with stylized foliates, beading, and scrolling ivy. The coordinating rosettes and keyhole covers retain minimal remnants of their original carved designs, and have a dull aged finish; the two-part keyholes have a steel backing and a swinging wooden cover that affixes to the door with a simple screw. Each set includes two knobs with their connecting spindle and set screws, two rosettes, and a pair of two-part keyhole covers (enough hardware for one door.) The door hardware is in good condition with the expected wear including cracks near the set screw holes in the knobs (as pictured) as well as very worn finishes on the rosettes and keyhole covers (as pictured.) doorknobs measure 2” in diameter and 2-3/8″ deep; the rosettes measure 2-1/4″ in diameter, and the keyholes measure 2-1/8″ tall and 13/16″ wide. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH SET.