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Catalocj No.19 





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TVT A rp rrk AT A T MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
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Method of Distribution 

Since its organization in 1901, it has been the policy of this Com- 
pany to sell its product only through the retail dealers. By this sales 
method we have been able to give our customers a better quality of 
goods, prompt shipment of goods as ordered without substitution, and 
co-operation in advertising and selling them. 

The size and variety of our stock enables the dealer to make up an 
order of a size sufficient to weigh 200 pounds or more, and thus secure 
the benefit of our liberal freight allowance. 

The original and convenient methods used in packing our goods, as 
described on page 7 of this catalog, bring the goods to you in good con- 
dition, and save time for both clerks and customers. 

Quality of Goods 

In the construction of our goods only the best grades of material are 
used. Our machines are of the latest design. Our Avorkmen are expert. 
With our careful method of inspection a perfect product is assured. * 

New Goods 

Since the publication of our last catalog, we have added the follow- 
ing new goods to the line; 

16-incli No. 196 Turubuckle No. 750 Casement No. 804C Garage Set 

50-inch No. 196 Turubuckle Window Fastener No. 804D Garage Set . 

No 7 Springs No. 800C Garage Set No. 805C Garage Set 

No. 475 Ornamental Hinge No. 800D Garage Set No. 805D Garage Set 

No 843 Offset Garage Hinge No. 801G Garage Set No. 806C Garage Set 

No. 844 Ornamental Garage Hinge No. 801D Garage Set No. 806D Garage Set 

Service 

A complete stock of all the goods illustrated herein is carried at all 
times, and orders will be filled promptly. It is our policy to ship all 
mail orders the same day they are received. 

Prices and Terms 

A complete net price-list applying to this catalog will be gladly 
mailed upon request. Inquiries for further detailed information con- 
cerning our goods will be cheerfully responded to. 

December 1, 1924 4 



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Sherardizing 

A satisfactory method of rust-proofing steel or iron has been 
unknown until recent years. The hot and electro processes of galva- 
nizing have been used with more or less success, but for use under a 
crreat many conditions, neither has been entirely satisfactory. 

There has now been invented a process of rust-proofing metal called 
"sherardizing," so named after its inventor, Sherard Cowper-Coles, It is 
a very simple process, but so very effective that we have adopted it 
for use instead of the electro-galvanizing process we have always used 
in the past. 

In sherardizing, the parts, after being thoroughly cleansed, are put 
into a large steel drum, with zinc dust. After this the drum is securely 
closed and put into an oven, and is heated to about 700 degrees. When 
the parts are heated to this temperature, the molecules of the steel 
become active and the zinc dust penetrates into the skin of the steel and 
forms a zinc-iron alloy, or in other words becomes part of it. 

Sherardizing cannot peel off or crack, and will last for years. 
Unlike hot or electro-galvanizing, it affords an excellent surface to which 
paint will firmly adhere. 

Every piece of sherardized goods we send out is subjected to what 
is known as the Preece test. This is a chemical test, and its action is 
equivalent to twenty years' exposure to the weather. The finished piece 
must stand this test or it is rejected by the inspector. 

While this is a better and more expensive finish than w^e have used, 
we furnish it at the same price. The goods we furnish in this finish 
are so indicated in the following pages. 



iV^ TIONA L VrVA\'S"o'^""''^'Si'^oV. 
Method of Packing with Screws 




(See opposite page,) 
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Time-Saving Methods of Packing 

Every hardware dealer who is interested in keeping down the 
expense of handhng goods, and every one of his clerks, will appreciate 
National methods of packing goods. 

Our first efforts, of conrse, are always directed toward producing a 
perfect product. When this has heen accomplished, we pack the goods 
in the most convenient method for the dealer's use. 

All the smaller sizes of Butts and Hinges are packed one pair in an 
envelope with screws. The larger sizes are packed one pair in a box 
with sci'ews. This applies not only to plated finishes, hut also to japan 
and bright steel. All cartons containing one-half and one dozen pairs 
of Butts or Hinges are sealed with gummed tape. Cartons containing 
one pair of Butts and Hinges are not taped, but are tied six pairs in a 
bundle. A glance will tell whether a carton or package has been 
opened or not. This method saves the time required to count screws, 
the loss from careless counting and the dealer's and customer's time. 
Time in invoicing also is saved, as broken packages can be "spotted" 
at a glance. 

In addition to Door Butts and Hinges, the following goods also are 
packed with screws: 



Barn and Garage Door Latches 

Strap and 'T" Hinges 

Safety Hasps 

Hinge Hasps 

No. 35 Automatic Hasps 

Foot Scrapers 



Handle Hinge Hasps and Staples 

Door Pulls 

Cellar Window Sets 

Screen Hardware 

Garage Door Hardware 

All Plated Goods 



Barn Door Hangers are packed as follows: 

"Big 4" Hangers, one pair in a box with bolts. (See page 17.) 

No. 11 and No. 12 National Hangers, one pair in a box with 
bolts. 

Storm-Proof Hangers, one pair in a box with bolts and lag-screws 
for rail. (See page 17.) 

A perfect product, perfectly packed, properly presented, produces 
pleasing profits. 



AT A rri T /^ 1\T A T M A N U FA C T U K 1 N G COMPANY 
ly A 1 lU ly A L, STERLING, ILLINOIS 



No. 66 Rigid Storm-Proof Door Hanger 

(Patented September 24, 1912) 




This Hanger is very simple in construction, is made of heavy-gauge steel and 
has great carrying capacity. 

Each Hanger has two wheels, in tandem, with anti-friction- steel roller 
bearings. 

That part of the wheel which rolls on the rail is the same diameter in the 
Storm-Proof Hangers as in the "Big 4" Hangers. 

No great care is recpiired in attaching the Hangers to the door, as the 
equalizing-]3in in the center of the wheel-truck insures even distribution of the 
load to each wheel. 

The same careful process of manufacture is used as mth the "Big 4" Hangers, 
insuring a light-running bearing free from japan. Oil-holes for the bearings are 
also provided. 

These Hangers are packed one pair in a box, with bolts for attaching the 
Hangers to the door; also lag- screws and end-stops for the rail. Each box con- 
tains also a set of illustrated directions for attaching the Hangers and rail. A 
socket ^vrench for lag-screws and bolts is packed with every two pairs of Hangers. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a case. 
Weight, per dozen pairs, 85 pounds. 

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No. 67 
Storm -Proof Door Hanger 




This hanger is made especially for heavy doors ^\"eiglimg 600 pounds 
or more. 

It is a double truck hanger with equalizing 2>in in each truck. A 
heavy steel plate is furnished which is attached to the door. The sus- 
pension holt passes through the door and plate and through the drop 
plate of the hanger. A special washer on the suspension holt prevents 
the hanger from hmding against door plate and permits a free move- 
ment of the door and hanger. 

The weight of the door is distributed over a longer section of rail 
and greater carrying capacity is the result. 

Packed one pair in a box with all necessary bolts for the hangers, 
lag screws, and end caps for the rail. 

Weight, per pair, 16 pounds. 



7\7 4 m T r\ T\T A T MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
l\ A. 1 1 U 1\ A Li sterling, ILLINOIS 



No. 77 Flexible Storm-Proof Door Hanger 



(Patented April 24, 1906) 
(Patented September 24, 1912) 







The No. 77 Storm-Proof Hanger incorporates all the excellent features of 
the No. 66 Storm-Proof Hanger, and in addition it has the flexible hinge- 
joint. When the door hangs straight down, there is no vibration in the 
Hanger, but the hinged joint allo^vs it to swing out should anything bump 
against the door. This feature places this Hanger in a class with the "Big 4" 
and makes it popular with the trade. 

The connecting-strap and drop-strap are heavily embossed, increasing the 
already great strength of the Hanger. The method of attaching connecting-strap 
to truck permits the free action of the equalizing-pin, and holds the truck 
firmly in an upright position. The steel used in drop-strap and connecting-strap 
is %6 inch thick. 

Oil-holes for bearings are also provided. 

Packed one pair in a box, with bolts for attaching the Hangers to door; 
also lag-screws and end-stops for the rail. Each box contains also a set of 
illustrated directions for attaching the Hangers and rail. A socket ^vrench for 
lag-screws and bolts is packed with every two pairs of Hangers. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a case. Weight, per dozen pairs, 92 pounds. 

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No. 88 Adjustable Storm-Proof Door Hanger 



HOLE TO ADJUST HANGER 
AND OIL BEARINGS 




The Adjustable Storm-Proof Hanger illustrated is tlie same in con- 
struction as our No. 77 Flexible, except that it has two adjustment 
features, vertical and lateral. The adjustment construction is very 
simple and easily operated. 

Another distinctive feature of this construction is that the door is 
carried closer to the rail than with any other adjustable hanger we 
know of. 

The Hangers are packed one pair in a box, wdth bolts for attaching 
the Hangers to the door; also lag-screws and end-caps for the rail. Each 
box contains also a set of illustrated directions for attaching the Hangers 
and rail, A socket wrench for lag-screws and bolts is packed with every 
two pairs of Hangers. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a case. 
Weight, per dozen jiairs, 110 pounds. 

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M A NUFACTURING COMPANY 



STERLING. 



ILLINOIS 



Storm-Proof Rail 

(Patented September 24, 1912) 




ew showing con- 
struction of Rail 
Joint 



The steadily increasiug sale of the Storm-Proof 
Rail is the best evidence as to its popularity ^vith 
dealers and contractors. Several million of feet are 
in use, under every imaginable condition, in all sec- 
tions of this country and Canada, and in all cases satis- 
factory service is being rendered. 




Storm-Proot 



This Rail is for use with either the No. 66, No. 77 or No. 
Hangers. 

It fits closely against the building. 

It is storm-proof and bird-proof. 

No brackets are required, as the Rail itself forms a continuous bracket. ^ 

The Rail is exceedingly strong, and will support all the weight the hangers 
will carry. 

The Rail Joints are dovetailed, forming the sections in practically a one- 
piece Rail. No splice covers necessary. 

The cover can be removed at any time for painting inside of Rail. 

The smaller holes shown in the illustration are for use in nailing the Rail 
into position until the lag-screws can be inserted, as clearly illustrated in direc- 
tions packed with each pair of hangers. A great convenience. 

The holes for lag-screws are 2 feet apart. 

Size of lag-screws furnished to secure Rail, 2 x ?8 inches; to secure end-caps 
in Rail, SVi x %6 inches. 

Made in 4-, 6-, 8- and 10-foot lengths, two pieces of a length in a bundle 
(For method of packing, see page 14.) 

Weight, per hundred feet, 265 pounds. 

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Sectional View of Storm-Proof Hanger and Rail 



Tite-Fit 




This illustration shows very clearly the extra length of the cover. The 
cover comes down to a point where it fully protects the opening above the top 
of the door. 

Note the "Tite-Fit" Storm-Proof feature at the top, the perfect tread for the 
wheels and the roller hearings wdth which each wheel is equipped. 

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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
STERLING, ILLINOIS 



Method of Packing Storm-Proof Rail 




The accompanying illustration shows the method used for packing our Storm- 
Proof Rail. This method of packing has proved so popular with our customers 
that it deserves special mention. 

Two pieces of a length, hoth cover and Rail, are packed in a hundle. The 
parts nest compactly together, and consequently occupy less than one-half the 
space in the storeroom of any other enclosed Rail. ^ 

The corners and edges are fully protected and cannot get bent in shipping or 
handling. The Rail reaches destination in perfect condition. 

Many of our dealers say they seldom find it necessary to open a hundle. 
For a 4.foot opening, a hundle of two pieces, each 4 feet long, is supplied; for a 
6-foot opening, a bundle of two pieces, each 6 feet long; for an 8-foot opening, a 
bundle of two pieces, each 8 feet long; and for a 10-foot opening, a bundle of 
two pieces, each 10 feet long. 

As the most particular part of hanging a door is lining up the track properly 
on the building, the Rail is made in two pieces, track and cover. The carpenter 
has only one-half the w^eight to handle while lining up the Rail, as the cover is 
not put in place until everything is ready for inserting the lag-screws. The Rail 
is very easy to handle, as it is flat like a board. 

All these features have been adopted only after careful investigation and 
experiment, and should be taken into consideration when comparing Storm- 
Proof with other enclosed rails. 

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Methods of Hanging Doors to Pass Each Other 

The ahove drawings illustrate two interesting and practical methods 
of hanging doors to pass each other, using No. 66 or No. 77 Storm-Proof 
Hangers and Rail. 

No special hrackets or equipment are recpiired. Note that on one 
drawing only one cover is used, reducing the cost quite materially. Full- 
size drawings will gladly he sent on request. 

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T\T A 1^ T r^ 1\T /t T MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
IS /± 1 lU ly /± Li STERLING. ILLINOIS 



No. 88 Storm-Proof Model 




The above is a reproduction of No. 88 Storm-Proof Model. The 
articles on the model are all full size, taken from stock, and consist of 
one pair of No. 88 Storm-Proof Hangers, a section of Storm-Proof Rail, 
a "Washburne" Latch and a No. 2 Handle Hinge Hasp. 

A model of No. 66 or No, 77 Hangers, similar to above, can also be 
furnished. 

These models are a big selling help and every dealer should have one. 
No. 66 Model weighs 28 pounds. No. 77 Model weighs 28 pounds. 
No. 88 Model weighs 31 pounds. 



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Big 4 Model" 




The above illustration is a reproduction of our "Big 4" Model. It 
shows the *'Big 4" Hanger drilled to show Roller Bearings, Braced Rail, 
"Washburne" Latch and No. 2 Handle Hinge Hasp. The articles on the 
model itself are all full size, and the model is nicely finished and lettered. 
Every dealer handling the "Big 4" Hanger should have one. 

Weight, 22 pounds. 
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Method of Packing Storm-Proof Hangers 

Storm-proof Hangers are jjacked one pair in a box, as illustrated. Each box con 
tains the following: __ 

1 pair Hangers. 

2 end-caps for Rail. 
Enough 21:1 x s/jc-inch 

bolts to attach 
Hangers to door. 

2 lag-screws, 3l^ x ^U 
inches, to attach 
end-caps in Rail. 

9 lag-screws, 2 x % 
inches, to attach 
Rail to building. 

1 card of directions. 

Socket wrenches for 
lag-screws and bolts 
are also furnished, 

one with every two pairs of Hangers. Box containing wrench is distinguished by 
a special label. 

Boxes are neatly labeled and will make an attractive appearance on your 
shelves. 

Method of Packing "Big 4" Hangers 

"Big 4" Hangers are packed one pair in a box with 2ki x s/io-inch bolts for attach- 
ing the Hangers to 
the door. Attached to 
each pair of Hangers 
is a printed tag giving 
a list of the articles 
required to properly 
equip each door. The 
list serves as a re- 
minder to the clerk, 
and will help make 
sales of the articles 
listed. 

Boxes are neatly 
labeled and will make 
an attractive appear- 
ance on your shelves. 

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NATIONAL STERLING. 



ILLINOIS 



''Big 4'' Flexible Door Hanger 

(Patented April 24, 1906) 
Aiiti-Friction-Steel Roller Bearings 





Front view of "Big 4" Hanger 



A 11 tliP Ttarii Door Haiisers placed on the market since 

,TrLa<la No better evicleuce of its superiority is needed than the 
and Canada ,; ?f„etoi-V service it has rendered nnder every iinagi.iable 
Sftio'^ ° A :— ^B best interests are always insured when he is 
sold "Big 4" Hangers. 

The following is a detailed description: 

Fir.t-^The "Big 4" Hanger is huilt on extremely heavy hnes, and 

to eet out of order. , ^ . v i •+!. 

c ,J The Hanser is made entirely of steel. It is snpplied with 

antiS::^;:S SbLnngs, giving I perfectly free motion to the 

door. 

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Third — It is both a flexiljle and a rigid 
Hanger. When the door is hanging in its 
normal position, the Hanger is perfectly 
rigid, there being no vibration as in other 
flexible hangers. At the same time, if any- 
thing should bump against the door, the 
flexible feature comes into play and the door 
is allowed to swing out and rise higher than 
%\dth any other flexible hanger. 

Fourth — The Hanger is fastened to but 
one side of the door, which makes it much 
easier to attach than the clevis-style hanger. 

Fifth — There are three bolt-holes in 
each Hanger, and when coupled up the 
door comes closer to the track than ^vith 
any other hanger. 



Sectional view of Axle 
and Bearings 



Sixth — The axle has a shoulder on the 
end, which jDrevents the wheel-housing from 
being pressed together and binding on the hub of the wheel. The 
axles and rivets are sherardized, to prevent rust. 

Seventh — -The wheel and frame 
are japanned before assembling, and 
the wheel is reamed out after japan- 
ning. This method prevents the 
japan from getting into the bearings, 
as it would if the Hanger were 



dipped after being assembled. 

Eighth — The two studs, together 

with the hook turned under the rail, 

absolutely prevent the Hanger from 

jumping the track. The two studs 

serve also as a guide to attach 

Hangers to the door. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a case. 
Weight, per dozen pairs, 90 pounds. 

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flexible feature 
of 
"Big I" Hanger 



7\r A Tl T r\ T\J A T MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
l\ A I 1 U ly A L, STERLING. 



ILLINOIS 



^'NationaP^ Rigid Barn Door Hanger 




The embossed steel frame, with edges turned up, makes it very rigid. 
The hig turned in under the rail keeps the wheel from getting off, and 
serves as a guide for putting the Hanger on the door. Fitted with anti- 
friction-steel roller bearings. Packed one pair in a box, with bolts. One 
dozen pairs in a case. See page 19 for illustration showing bearings. 

Made in two sizes, as follows: 

No. 11. Width, 3H inches. Diameter of wheel, 3^2 inches. 
Weight, per dozen pairs, 62 pounds. 

No. 12. Width, 4H inches. Diameter of wheel, 4H inches. 
/ Weight, per dozen pairs, 87 pounds. 



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Braced" Rail 




114 X 3/16 inches. Made in 4-, 6-, 8- 
and 10-foot lengths. 



This Rail is used with the "Big 4" and National Hangers. 

During the time it has heen on the market, millions of feet have 
been sold and are giving universal satisfaction. 

The following are points of superiority: 

The hrackets are the same width and thickness as the 
Rail itself. 

It is braced below, so the screws will hold more than 
three times as much. 

The holes are staggered, so the screws Avill not go into 
the same grain of wood. 

The brackets are only 12 inches apart and double-riveted, 
making it very rigid. 

Any flat-rail barn door hanger will run on it. 

Eight pieces of a length in a bundle. 
Weight, per hundred feet, 97 poimds. 

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T\T A rr T r\ 1\T A T M A N U FA C T V K 1 IS O cc iu /-^ iv Jf 

NAllOiyAL sterling. Illinois 



No. 800H Garage Set 




FOOT SOLT CHAIN BOLT 



ALL-STEEL LATCH 



PiTckcd one cou>i.lete set iu a wooden box. Woijjht, j.or .et, a-in.h, 211, po.nuU. Weight, per .el, lO-iuch, 26 po.nuls. 

No. 800AH Garage Set 




I ONLY 

No. 29 

ALL-STEEL LATCH 



I ONLY I ONLY 

NO. 830 NO. e20 

FOOT BOLT CHAIN BOLT 



Packed one conipl.te ^el in ;. wooden l.os. Weight, per scl, 2i\'^ pounds. 

No. 800BH Garage Set 




3 PAIRS 
10-INCH No. B 
ORNAMENTAL GARAGE HINGES 



1 ONLY 

No. 29 

ALL-STEEL LATCH 



Packed one coujplele scl in a woodea bos. Weight, per set, 2314 pounds 

Above sets furnished in Japan, Dead Black Japan, Shcrardhed, Sherardized and Dead Black Japan. 



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No. 801H Garage Set 



SEB 




^^■_1^ 3 PAIRS 

^ I No. B4q REVERSIBLE 

^■H I T HINGES 

^ r '^ a 6 



ONLY 1 ONLY 

1 PAIR Mo B30 No 820 

No. 40 PADLOCK EYES FOOT BOLT CHAIN BOLT 



Packet! one complelc sel in a wooden box. \S'eigLt, per art, 8-lncli, 2I1 j poiiiicJs. Weight, per sel, 10-iuch, 26^^ pounds. 



No. 801AH Garage Set 




1 ONLY 
QOOR PULL 



Packed one eoiiiplcle =el in a wooden box. WeijrLt, per sel, 251 , pounds. 

No. 801BH Garage Set 




1 ONLY 1 ONLY 

NO. 830 No. B20 

FOOT BOLT CHAIN BOLT 



Packed one complete set in a wooden box. Weight, per set, 25' ', pounds. 
Above sets furnished in Japan, Dead Black Japan, Shcrardized, Shcrardized and Dead Black Japan. 

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ly J± 1 1 \J 1\ /± Li STERLING. ILLINOIS 



No. 800 Garage Door Set 



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View outside garage 







View insifle garage 
(For descriplion, see page 26.) 

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No. 801 Garage Door Set 










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View outside garage 






View iuside garage 
(For description, see page 26.) 

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ly Ji. 1 lU ly J± Li sterling. Illinois 



Nos. 800 and 801 Garage Door Sets 

Doors constructed to swing on hinges have many advantages for 
garage use. They are easily operated and give a close-fitting, weather- 
proof joh. The cost is less than for hanger and rail equipment. 

One No. 800 set consists of the following, packed in a neat, strong 
carton, Av^ith screws: 

3 pairs No. 840 Reversible "T" 

Hinges, either 8-inch or 10-inch 
1 only No. 820 Chain Bolt 
1 only No. 830 Foot Bolt 
1 only No. 5 Door Pull 
1 only No. 29 All-Steel Latch 

Weight, 8-incli, 12 U pounds 
Weight, 10-incli, 16^1 pounds 

No. 800A, same as above, except 3 pairs 10-incli No. 841 Hinges are 
used. Weight, 13^4 pounds. * 

No. 800B, same as No. 800A, except No. 842 Hinges are used. 
Weight, 13-'4 pounds. 

No. 800 C, same as No. 800 A, except No. 843 Hinges are used. 

No. 300D, same as No. 800A, except No. 844 Hinges are used, ^ 

Set No. 801, same as No. 800, except that No. 27 Latch and one pair 
No. 40 Padlock Eyes are used instead of No. 29 All-Steel Latch. Weight, 
8-inch, 14^4 pounds. Weight, 10-inch, 17^4 pounds. 

No. 801A, same as No. 800A, except No. 27 Latch is used. Weight, 
16H pounds. 

No. 801B, same as No. 800B, except No. 27 Latch is used. Weight, 
I6I4 pounds. 

No. 801C, same as No. 801A, except No. 843 Hinges are used. 

No. 801D, same as No. 801A, except No. 844 Hinges are used. 

The following finishes are carried regularly in stock: Japan, Dead 
Black Japan, Sherardized, Sherardized and Dead Black Japan. 

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Nos. 805 and 806 Sliding and Swinging Garage Door Sets 




The appearance of garage from outside is enhanced hy ahsence of any struc- 
tural ironwork. Note ho^v the one door opens witliout disturbing the others. 




Inside view, showing doors closed. As they open in^vard, snow and ice cannot 
interfere. Doors swing into jamb against stops. 

(For description, see page 29.) 
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ly y± ± IKJ ly j^ 1j sterling, ILLINOIS 



Nos. 805 and 806 Sliding and Swinging Garage Door Sets 




This view shous how snugly the doors hug the inside walls y , 

when open — allowing maximum space in the garage. 




No. 850 



The Hanger operates on a 

swivel and turns on the 

track without sticking or 

hinding in any way. 




Sectional view of 
No. 850 Swivel Hanger. 



(For description, see page 29. ) 
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No. 805 and 806, Sliding and Swinging 
Garage Door Sets 

An easy-working garage door set — a simple push and the doors are open; a 
hffht pnll and they are closed. No binding or friction. Doors work as freely 
and easily as any house door. 

Doors swing into jamb against 
stops, same as in high-class house 
construction. 

Doors are weather-tight. Snow 
an<l ice cannot interfere with open- 
ing and closing. 

Convenient access to garage as 
uric door is hung so it will open 
vsithout disturbing the other two. 

Hangers are adjustable in case 
of swelling or raising of cement 
floor. Adjustable feature prevents 
gagging doors. 

Doors require minimum space 
ill o|»cning as they are hung on 
inside and fold and slide against 
inner wall. 

Tlie price makes it the cheapest 
combination possible with which to 
efficiently etjuip garage doors. 

Furnished regularly with six feet 
Braced Kail for eight-foot opening. 
When used on larger doors, width of opening should be given when ordering. 

Set No. 805 inchides : 

No. 29 Latch 
1 only Swivel Hanger 
6-foot Braced Rail 

41^2 pail' 4 X 4-inch Jap. No. 505 T. P. Butts 
1 only No. 820 Chain Boh 
1 only No. 830 Foot Bolt 
1 only No. 5 Pnll 
, 1 pair No. 40 Padlock Eyes 
All necessary boks and screws. Weight, 18 H pounds. 

Set No. 805A— same as above except 112 pai^* ^'o- ^^^ Butts and 3 pair 10-iueh No. 811 
Muiges arc used. Weight, 25 pounds. 

Set No. 805B — same as No. 805A. except No. 842 Hinges are used. Weight, 25 pounds. 

Set No. 805C— same as No. 805 A except No. 843 Hinges are used. 

Set No. 805 D — same as No. 805 A except No, 844 Hinges are used. 

Set No, 806— same as No. 805 except No. 27 Latch is used. Weight, 21 pounds. 

Set No. SOfiA—same as No. 805A except No. 27 Latch is used. Weight, 271/2 pounds. 

Set No. 806B— same as No. 805B except No. 27 Latch is used. Weight, 27H pounds. 

Set No. SOfiC— same as No. 806A except No. 843 Hinges are used. 

Set No. 806D— same as No. 806A except No. 844 Hinges are used. 

All sets furnished in Japan finish. 

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T\T A T T rk T\T A T MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
l\ Jl 1 lU i\ Ji Li sterling, ILLINOIS 



No. 804 Garage Door Set 




f.iVJJ3*V«l..-rt,li,-. J-" 




^i^Z] 




\ 1 




J 



\ icw outside jraraijfc 




View inside garage 
(For description, see opposite page.) 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No. 804 Garage Door Set 




This set makes an absolutely weather-tight job. The doors swing into jamb against stops. 
The doors require a minimum of space in opening. Being hung ou the inside, eqtiipment is 
protected from the weather. Snow and ice will not interfere with opening and closing of doors. ^ 

Tlie four doors are hung with 4 x 'I-inch butts, with a strong, adjustable, roller-bearing 
hanger on the ouler end which prevents doors from sagging. Adjustment on hanger makes it 
possible to adjust doors in case of swelling or raising of cement floor. 
Works as freely and easily as any house door. 

The set is made tip of the follo^ring: 
2 only Swivel Hangers (one wheel) 
2 6-loot pieces Braced Rail 

6 pairs 4x4-incli No. 505 Japanned T.P.Butts 
2 only No. 820 Chain Bolts 
2 only No. 830 Foot Bolts 
2 only No. 5 Pulls 
1 pair No. 40 Padlock Eyes 
Weight, with 12 feet of Rail, 29' 2 pounds 
No. 804A — same as No. 804 except 3 pairs 
No. 505 Butts and 3 pairs 10-inch No. 841 
Hinges are used. Weight, 35 '^ pounds. 
No. 804B— same as No. 804A except No. 842 

Hinges are used. Weight, 36 pounds. 
No. 804C— same as No. 804A except No. 843 

Hinges are used. 
No. 804D— same as No. 804A except No. 844 
Hinges are used. 

Furnished in Japan finish only, 

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Sectional ^icw of No. 8S1 
Swivel Hanoer 



AT A T* T ^ TKT A T MANUFACTURING COM PA NY 
iS /L 1 1\J iS J± Li sterling, ILLINOIS 



No. 806 Garage Door Set Model 




One of these models should be on display wherever these sets are in stock. 
It affords an excellent and practical method of demonstrating the superior 
features of these sets. 

A similar model of the No. 805 set can be furnished when desired. ^ 



No. 40 Padlock Eyes 




A convenient device for locking garage, barn or shed doors. 
Mortised into edge of door, screws are concealed, preventing their removal 
when doors are closed. 

Furnished in Japanned and Sherardized finishes. 

Packed one pair in an envelope Avith screws, one dozen pairs in a box. 
Weight, per dozen pairs, 2-?4 pounds. 
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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 
Foot and Chain Bolt Set 




No. 830 Foot Bolt 



No. 820 Chain Bolt 



The cases of these holts are made of wrought steel. The bolts are extra 
heavy, being ?8 inch square. 

Foot Bolt — The lever to raise the bolt has a positive action. The bolt is 
held in place when raised by an oil-tempered steel friction spring. Cannot get 
out of order. 

Chain Bolt — Equipped with high-grade safety chain which cannot pull apart. 
It is reversible by removing cotter-pin and turning bolt. Plates have rounded 
top, giving a roller-shaped bearing on which bolts work easily. 

Packed one set in a box, one No. 820 and one No. 830, with 1-inch screws, 
staple for chain guide and two plates for head jamb, one for doors swinging in 
and one for doors swinging out. Packed separately, when so ordered, one-half 
dozen in a box. Six dozen in a case. Any finish desired. 

Weight, per dozen sets, one each, 221'i pounds. 
No. 820 — Weight, per dozen, 10^4 pounds. 
No. 830 — Weight, per dozen, II1/2 pounds. 

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AT /I T m AT A T manufacturing company 

ly JX 1 I KJ ly Ji. Lt STERLING, ILLINOIS 



No. 810 Garage Door Holder 




(Description on opposite page.) 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No. 810 Garage Door Holder 



Garage doors constructed to swing on liinges are rendered harmless 
when equipped with this Garage Door Hokler. It hokls the doors 
securely open and prevents them from damaging the car when entering 
or leaving the garage. 

The Holder has a rigid, U-shaped steel arm 32 inches long. 

A swivel joint allows the Holder to fold hack out of the way along 
the head jamh when the door is closed. 

When the door is opened the long, U-shaped arm slides through the 
emhossed steel catch-plate and drops into two notches in the end of 
the arm. 

To close the door a light pull on the safety chain operates the trip- 
bar and releases the Holder. 

The complete Holder is made throughout of heavy-gauge steel and is 
amply strong for any door. 

Packed one pair in a package, complete with screws. Six pairs 
in a case. 

Finished as follows: Japan, Dead Black Japan, Sherardized, Sherard- 
ized and Dead Black Japan. 

Weight, per pair, 6^4 pounds. 



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T\T A rrt T /^ TKT A T MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
ly A 1 1 U ly J± Li sterling. ILLINOIS 



No. 24 Cottage Door Latch 



Japanned 





This Latcli is made especially for light- weight doors, such as screen 
doors, cellar doors, storm doors, etc. 

It is made entirely of steel, nicely japanned. 

The long, graceful lines of the handle are out of the ordinary in 
this tyi^e of Latch, giving it a distinctive appearance. 

Packed one in a hox, with scrcAvs. Three dozen in a case. 

Weight, per dozen, 4^ pounds. 



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BUILDERS' H ARDWA RE 



No. 25 Swinging Door Latch 




A popular type of Latch for swinging doors. 

Made entirely of steel. 

The large bolt is sherardized and has a rounding face which Avorks easily on 
the roller-shaped edge of the strike. 

Adjustable for doors H inch to 2H inches thick. 

Construction prevents flattening of handle when door swings hack against 
building. 

Handle is placed back of center of case— prevents injury to hand when 
opening or closing door. 

Strike has wide opening, which insures a positive lock should the door sag. 

Illustration shows how padlock can be inserted to lock Latch. 

Spring made of music wire. 

Easily installed— bore a \ ,-inch hole for the handle and insert screws. 

Packed one in a box, with screws and catch to hold door open. Five dozen 
in a case. 

Weight, per dozen, 20 pounds. 



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NATIONAL SV^rZ/Jg! 



MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
ILLINOIS 



No. 27 Swinging Door Latch 



Here's the aristocrat 
of Door Latches. 

The handles, one on 
either side of the door, 
with their long, graceful 
lines, resemhle those of 
the higher-grade door 
locks, and will improve 
the appearance of any 
door. 

The mechanism is sim- 
plicity itself. No compli- 
cated parts to get out of 
order. Does its work 
easily and effectively. 

Reversible for right- 
or left-hand door. 

Adjustable for doors 
li^ to 2ki inches thick. 

Packed one complete 
Latch, \vith screws, in a 
neat, strong box. One 
dozen in a case. 

Finished regularly as 
follows: Japan, Dead 
Black Japan, Sherardized 
and Dead Black Japan, 
Sherardized and plated 
any finish. 

Weight, per dozen, 
36 pounds. 




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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 
No. 28 "Washburne" Sliding Door Latch 

Japanned 




Screws Inside 

NATIONAL MFG. CO. 

5T£RLtNG. t t, L. 




This Latch is made entirely of steel, and is adaj^ted for use on 
either right- or left-hand sliding doors. 

It is so constructed that it is flush witli the door on the inside, so 
that the door can he opened full width. 

A new style of plate staple is supplied which permits placing the 
Latch so that the har extends over edge of door only y^ inch. 




Section of door showing "Washhurne" Latch attached. Note that 
the pin is flush wdth inside of door. 

The small hole through ^diich pin extends is hored ^\dth ^-inch 
hit; the large holes for handhold ^\ith a 1-inch hit, through inside 
thickness of lumher only. 

Envelope with screws packed with each Latch. 

Packed one-half dozen in a hox. Six dozen in a case. 

Weight, per dozen, 10 pounds. 

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1\T ^ rrt T rk JKT A T MANUFACTURING COM PA N Y 
1\ A 1 1 U ly A L STERLING, ILLINOIS 



No. 29 All-Steel Latch 

Japanned 




This is our idea of a perfect Barn Door Latch for swinging doors. 
As the name implies, it is made entirely of steel. 

The door can he locked hy inserting shackle of padlock through slot 
in strike and slide. 

Each Latch is supplied ^sdth a catch to hold the door open. (See 
lower illustration.) 

Envelope with screws packed with each Latch. 

Packed one in a Ijox, (See page 41.) Three dozen in a case. 

Weight, per dozen, 14^ t pounds. 

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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



Method of Packing No. 29 All-Steel Latch 




One complete Latch in a box, with the necessary screws for attaching 
the Latch, makes a convenient package. 

Your clerks and yonr customers will like this method and additional 
sales will follow. 

A perfect Latch, perfectly packed. 



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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



T\T A rri T /^ T\T 4 T MANUFACTURING COMyAjyr 

lyAllOiyAL sterling. Illinois 



No. 16 Barn Door Bumper 




A good, substantial Bam Door Bumper, placed in the proper posi- 
tion on the building, is very essential in securing the best results with 
sliding barn door hangers. 

Bumpers made of wood do not stand the hard usage and soon 
become of no value. 

To meet the demand for a Barn Door Bumper that will staud 
the strain, we have placed on the market the one ihustrated above. 

It is made of l!/2X%2-inch steel. 

The Bumper is attached to the building 3 inches above the center 
of the door with two 2xyi6-inch lag-screws. 

The construction of this Bumper is such that it holds the door close 
against the Ijuilding. 

It has a hinged joint, which provides a convenient method for 
inserting the first lag-screw. 

This Bumper will save the time and labor required to make an 
inferior article of wood, and one should be used with every pair of 
hangers. 

Packed two in a box, with lag-screws. 
Weight, per dozen, 20 pounds. 

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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No. 17 Barn Door Bumper 



I 



DOOR : i 



^fll/llm'?^' 




Here is a strong, sturdy, pressed-steel Barn Door Bumper. The 
two extra heavy embossed ribs add materially to the strength of 
the Bumper. Simple in construction and easy to attach. 

They come packed one dozen in a box, with 2 x %6-inch lag-screws. 
Finish: Japan. 

Weight, per dozen, 11 pounds. 



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IV J T T n IV A T MANUFACTURING COMPAN 

ly J± 1 1 \J ly /± Ij sterling, I L L I N O I 



No. 65 Door Holder 

Japanned 




When the door swings open, the Holder catches it automatically and holds 
it open. 

Weight, per dozen, 6 pounds. 



No. 18 Stay Roller 

Japanned 




Reversible and Adjustable 

This Stay Roller with the emhossed frame has double the space between screws 
of any other; hence has greater bracing strength, and screws will not pull out. 

The ^vheel has a rounded top, which prevents dirt from accumulating and 
clogging the wheel. 

The construction of this Stay Roller prevents its working loose, as do the 
vScrew Stay Rollers. 

Weiglit, per dozen, 11 pounds. 



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BUILDERS' H A RDWA RE 



Door Pulls 

Made of Steel — Japanned 




Screws Inside 

NATIONAL MFG. CO. 
STERLING, ILL. 



No. 4 — Cut one-half size 



FG.CO. ^^M 



Envelope with screws attached to each Pull. 

Packed one dozen in a paper hox. 

Weight, per dozen, 2^2 pounds. 



^^ 



Screws Insjde 

NATIONAL MFG. CO 
STERLING, ILL. ... 



^ 



No. 5 Heavy — Cut one-Lalf size 

Envelope with screws attached to each Pull, 

Packed one dozen in a paper hox. 

Weight, per dozen, 3M pounds. 




Screws Inside 

NATIONAL MFG. CO 
STERLING, t LL, 




No. 6 Extra Heavy — Cut one-half size 

Envelope with screws attached to each Pull. 

Packed one dozen in a paper box. 

Weight, per dozen, 4H pounds. 



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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



-\T A Ti T rk T\J A T MANUFACTURING CU31PAIS Y 
ISAllUlSAL STERLING. ILLINOIS 



Handle Hinge Hasp and Staple 

(Patented October 2. 1906) 
Japanned 




No. 2. With hook. Width, li.s inches. 

Envelope with screws and staple attached to each Handle. 

Packed one dozen in a box. 

Weight, per dozen, 6 ponnds. 





. ■ 1 i.. hu i1 muw ii -i 

Screws Inside 



No. 3. With hook. Width, l;s inches. Extra heavy. Has two 
screw-holes in each end. 

Envelope with screws and staple attached to each Handle. 
Packed one dozen in a box. 
No. 2, twenty dozen in a case. No, 3, twelve dozen in a case. ^ 

Weight, per dozen, 8 pounds. 



No. 35 Automatic Hasp and Staple 

Self-Latching 




The scrcAvs are covered when Hasp is locked. Length, 8 inches. 

Packed one dozen in a box, with screws and staple. 

Weight, per dozen, SVi pounds. 

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5 

6 

7 



10 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE 
Hasps and Staples 




Packed two dozen in a box. 



Hasps^ Hooks and Staples 




per Dozen 

$1 20 

1 40 

1 60 

1 80 

2 50 



Jupaiiucd 
|)er Dozen 

SI 40 
1 65 

1 90 

2 10 

3 00 



Inches 

8 
10 



Packed one dozen in a box. 

Extra Heavy 

Plain Steel 
per Dozen 

32 70 
3 75 

Packed one dozen in a box, 

47 



Weight 

per Dozen 

Poiiiids 

6'4 



Weight 

per Dozen 

Pounds 

2i/2 
2H 
314 

334 
5H 



NATIONAL 



MANUFACTURING CO At PA NY 
STERLING, ILLINOIS 



Bright Wire Hooks and Staples 










Weight 


Length 


Diameter 


Price 


per Gro?s 


Inches 


lutdies 


per Gro.s 


Pounds 


4 


H 


S15 00 


20 


4H 


Va 


16 50 


21 




Extra 


Heavy 


Weight 


Length 


Diaiiicler 


Price 


per Gross 


Inches 


Inches 


per Gro..s 


Poiiiida 


5 


%0 


$24 00 


34 


6 • 


?'l6 


30 00 


371/2 



Sizes up to and iiicliuliiig 6-iiich are packed one-quarter gross in a box; 



Length 
Inches 

1 

IM 

134 
2 

2% 



Price 
■per Gross 

SI 20 
1 20 
1 25 

1 50 

1 70 

2 00 



Steel Staples 




Weight 
per Gross 



1 

IH 



Lengtii 
Inches 


Price 
per Gross 


per Gross 
Pounds 


2V2 

3 


S2 35 

2 65 

3 20 


V4 
434 
5 


3H 

4 


3 70 
5 25 


6li 
10 



Sizes 1-incli to 3-incli are packed one gross in a Ijox; SH-incli and 4-incli, 
one-half gross in a box. Also packed one gross each size in a case. Weight, 45 
pounds. 



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BUILDERS' H A RDWA RE 



Safety Hasps 




LcMlgUl 

of Strap 
Inches 

3U 
41/2 
6 



No. 30— Without hook. Cut full size of 4H.iiich 

Widili Weight 

of Joint per Dozen 

Inches Poiinda 

m 3H 



These Hasps are made with extra large slots cut the long Avay of the strap. 
This leaves more metal around the slot and gives extra strength. 

The hook on the No. 31 is of special advantage, as it holds the door closed 
when padlock is not in use. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes, 
see page 117. 

Packed one in a ]jox, with screws. 




Length 
of Strap 
Inches 

41/2 

6 



No. 31— With hook. Cut full size of 41 3-inch 

Width 
of Joint 
Inched 

1% 



Weight 

jier Dozen 

Pounds 

m 



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AT A nn T n AT A T manufacturing company 

iS /X 1 1 KJ ly /I Li sterling. ILLINOIS 



No. 33 Extra Heavy Hinge Hasp 




Especially adapted for use on heavy doors, such as front and rear 
store doors, warehouse dooi's, etc. 

The Hasp is offset to allow for the thickness of the staple plate. 

Besides the countersunk screw-holes it has a s€]uare hole for a car- 
riage bolt, affording an unusually strong method of attaching. 

Finishes: Bright Steel, Japan, Sherardized with Steel Pm, Sherard- 
ized with Brass Pin. 

Packed one in a box, with screws. 

Length, over all, 71^ inches; width, IH inches; thickness, ^^04 inch. 

Weight, per dozen, 11 >4 pounds. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



Plate Staples 




Size of Plate 


Projeelion of Staple 
Inches 


For Hasp 
Inches 


lU X Bia 


%6 


3 


15/8 X 1^/16 


%6 


4 


m X Hz 


% 


6 


2Viii X m 


H 


8 



Hinge Hasps 




Length 
of Strap 
Inches 

3 
4 
6 
8 



Plain Steel 

per 

Single Dozen 

S2 JO 

2 45 

3 25 

4 95 



Japanned 

per 

Single Dozen 

$2 30 

2 75 

3 55 
5 45 



Sherardized 

per 

Single Dozen 

S2 30 
2 80 
4 05 
6 20 



Sherardized 

Brass Pin 

per Single Doze 

S3 00 
3 80 

■ 5 30 
8 00 



Approximate 
Number ol Doz 
in Barrel 

220 
140 

75 
45 



Also packed, if desired, one iii a box, with screws. (See page 59.) 



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TM J T T n AT A T manufacturing company 

1\ J± 1 IKJ ly /± Ju STERLING. ILLINOIS 



Light Strap Hinges 






Plain Steel 


Japanned 


Slierardizcd 


Sherardized 


Approxiniate 


Size Closed 


per 


per 


per 


Brass Pin 


Number of Dozen 


larhes 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


per Dozen Pairs 


in Barrel 


3 


S2 00 


S2 20 


S2 30 


S2 50 


185 


4 


2 70 


3 00 


3 30 


3 65 


140 


5 


2 95 


3 25 


4 00 


4 55 


75 


6 


4 20 


4 65 


5 70 


6 45 


70 


8 


5 75 


6 35 


8 30 


9 15 


35 



Also packed, if desired, one pair in a box, with screws. (See page 59.) 



Heavy Strap Hinges 






Plain Steel 


Japanned 


Sherardized 


Sherardized 


Approximate 


Size Closed 


per 


per 


per 


Brass Piu 


Number of Dozen 


Inches 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


per Dozen Pairs 


in Barrel 


4 


^ 2 75 


S 3 05 


S 3 45 


S 4 40 


80 


5 


3 80 


4 20 


5 05 


6 60 


65 


6 


4 65 


5 10 


7 35 


10 05 


40 


8 


7 75' 


8 55 


12 65 


16 75 


24 


10 


11 90 


13 10 


19 20 


25 80 


14 


12 


18 25 


20 10 


30 75 


38 45 


5 


14 


23 60 


26 00 


36 35 


45 70 


5 



Also packed, if desired, one pair in a box, with screws. (See pafe 59.) 



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Lenglli 
of Strap 
Inches 

3 
4 
5 

6 

8 

10 



BUILDERS' HARD JV ARE 



Light ^T" Hinges 




per 
Dozen Pairs 

S 2 15 

2 65 

3 25 

3 90 
5 15 

7 80 



Jupnuned 

per 

Dozen Pairs 

S 2 35 

2 95 

3 60 



4 35 

5 70 
8 60 



S 2 50 

3 10 

4 00 

4 90 

6 80 

10 05 



Sherardizcd 

Brass Pin 

per Dozen Pairs 

S 3 40 

4 10 

5 15 

6 20 
8 80 

12 65 



Approximate 

Number of Dozen 

in Barrel 

150 
120 

75 

65 
35 
26 



Also packed, if desired, one pair in a box, with screws. (See page 59.) 



Extra Heavy "T" Hinges 




Length 
of Strap 
Inched 


Plain Steel 

per 
Dozen Pairs 


Japanned 

per 

Dozen Pairs 


Sherardized 

per 
Dozen Pairs 


Sherardizcd 

Brass Pin 

per Dozen Pairs 


Approximate 

rs'uniber of Dozen 

in Barrel 


4 


S 4 25 


S 4 70 


S 5 15 


3 7 65 


48 


5 


4 50 


4 95 


6 30 


10 60 


35 


6 


5 65 


6 20 


8 60 


15 45 


25 


8 


9 65 


10 60 


14 70 


24 95 


15 


10 


13 75 


15 15 


20 70 


34 90 


9 


12 


20 00 


22 00 


30 60 


51 25 


5 


14 


24 00 


26 40 


36 55 


58 15 


5 



Also packed, if desired, one pair in a box, with screws. (See page 59.) 

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TKT A Ti T r\ TKT A T MANUFACTURING COM PA NY 
iS A 1 lU iS A. Li STERLING. ILLINOIS 



No. 840 Reversible "T" Hinge 

For Garage Doors 




This hinge is made especially for use on garage doors. It has a loose 
pin and can he reversed and nsed as a full surface hinge or mortised 
into the jamb when hrick construction is used. 

The following finishes are carried regularly in stock: Bright Steel, 
Japan, Dead Black Japan, Sherardized with Steel Pin, Sherardized and 
Dead Black Japan with Steel Pin. 

Packed one pair in a box with screws. (See page 59.) 



Size 
Inches 

6 

8 

10 



Weigbl per 

Dozen Pair 

Pounds 



24 
39 
55H 



P 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No. 841 Offset Garage Hinge 




i So : 


w ' 


1 m 


1 o aj ; 


L — —, , ,> 



Made with offset to swing doors clear of opening. See lower illustration. 
Embossed leaf adds to attractiv^eness and strength of hinge. 
Packed one pair in a box with screws. (See page 59.) 
Japan finish only. 
Size, 10-inch. 

Weight, per dozen pairs, 43H pounds. 
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AT A Tf T /^ 1\.T A T M A N U FA C r U R I N G COMPANY 

ly A 1 1 U IM A Li sterling, Illinois 



No. 842 Ornamental Garage Hinge 




Made with a loose pin so tliat the "T" part can be reversed and 
used as a full surface liinge or mortised into the jamb ^vben brick con- 
struction is used. 

The embossed leaf adds to the attractiveness and strength of the 
hinge. 

After hinge is placed in position, the end of pin can be slightly 
riveted to prevent its removal. 

Packed one pair in a 1:)0X with screws. (See page 59.) 

Japan finish only. 

Size, 10-inch. Weight, per dozen pairs, 43% pounds. 

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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No, 843 Offset Garage Hinge 

Hardened Bearing Washers 




JAMB 'inniit*' 



JAMB 



STOP 



^ 




^ ^ 




o 


---_ 


r 
O 


D 


in 


U 


m 


O 


o 


73 




Made with offset to swing doors clear of opening. (See lower illustration.) 
Emhossed leaf adds to attractiveness and strength of hinge. 
Packed one pair in a box with screws. (See page 59.) 
Japan finish only. 



Size 

Inches 

12 
18 



57 



Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 

76H 

84 



MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



AT A rri r r\ T\T 4 T MANUbAC T U HI A G UUM l^A iV 1 
N A 1 lO IS A L STERLING, ILLINOIS 



No. 844 Ornamental Garage Hinge 

Hardened Beariug Washers 




I im\»m\^ 



l)H)tl 



[CASING 



DOOR 



Made with an offset. Can be nsed on either brick or frame con- 
struction. 

The embossed leaf adds to the attractiveness and strength of the hinge. 
Packed one pair in a box with screws. (See page 59.) 
Japan finish only. 



Size 
Inches 

12 
18 



Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

I'ouncis 



48^2 ■ 
84 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Method o£ Packing Strap and ^^T" Hinges 
and Hinge Hasps with Screws 




The above illustrations give a clear idea of our method of packing 
Strap and "T" Hinges and Hinge Hasps in individual cartons. 

Each carton is securely sealed with gummed tape, which makes it 
easy to handle and prevents loss of screws. The tapes also indicate 
instantly Avhether or not a package has been opened. 

Prevents sending out broken packages and saves time in invoicing, 
as broken packages are "spotted" at a glance. 



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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



TKT 4 rri T /^ 1\T A T M A N U FA CTU H l ly U^ vuMi-Ani 
NAllOISAL STERLING. ILLINOIS 



Screw Hook and Strap Hinges 

Plain Steel 
Rolled Threads Cold Rolled Joints 




Comparative test for tensile strength, from a test made by United 

States Government Official: 

Hot rolled soft steel, average pounds per square inch, 60,000 ^ 

Cold rolled soft steel, actual pounds per scpiare inch, 99,510 . 



Longlh 
of Strap 
Inches 



10 
12 



14 
16 



Approximate 
Weight per 
Doze.n Pairs 

22 
25 

38 
46 

73 

77 



Length 
of Strap 
Inches 

18 
20 

22 
24 

30 
36 



Approximate 
Weight per 
Dozen Pairs 

94 
99 

127 
138 

162 
180 



Steel Screw Hooks 

Rolled Threads Extra Good Points 



Diameter 

Inches 


Length 
Inches 


For Screw Flook 

and Strap Hinges 

Inchea 


% 

H 
% 


4 
5 


6, 8 
10,12 


6 

7^ 


14, 16, 18, 20, 
22, 24, 30, 36 




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Special Hinges 

Plain Steel, Japanned or Slierardized 




Half size of No. 22 



21 

22 
23 



I^n^ili Open 
Inches 



5 

6M 



Inches 

2H 



Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 

4M 

V4 

IIH 



Nos. 21 and 22, plain steel, packed one dozen pairs in a bundle. 

No. 23, plain steel, packed one-quarter dozen pairs in a bundle. 

Nos. 21, 22 and 23, sherardized, packed one pair in a box, with screws. 

Japanned hinges are packed 'tvith screws only when so ordered. 



Steel Washers 




Sizes: ^4-iuch, ?s-incli and ? 2-inch. 

Packed in 5-pound packages. 

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No. 115 Corner Iron 

Plain Steel or Slierardized 




Leugth of Sides 


Width 


Number 


Length of S 


ides 


Widili 


Niiiuber 


Incbc, 


Iiiche* 


of Holes 


Inches 




JlKhcd 


of Holes 


1 xl 


H 


2 


31 


2X 


312 


^^4 


4 


IHxlH 


^8 


4 












2 x2 


% 


4 


4 


X 


4 


'S 


4 








5 


X 


5 


1 


6 








6 


X 


6 


m 


6 


2 x2 


% 


4 












212x21/2 


% 


4 


8 


X 


8 


lu 


6 


3 x3 


H 


4 


10 


X 


10 


IH 


10 



Sizes up to and including 2!2x2i/2 x^s-inch packed three dozen in a LoS:. 
Larger sizes packed one dozen in a bundle. ^ 




No. 117 Flat Corner Iron 

Plain Steel or Slierardized 




I.eiiglhofSitles 
Inches 

2 x2 
2Hx2i/2 

2Hx2h 


Width 
Inches 


Nuniher 
of Holes 

4 
4 
4 


3 x3 
3 x3 


^8 


4 
4 


3V2X3H 
3Hx34 
3Hx3H 




4 
4 
4 


4 x4 

5 x5 

6 x6 


1 


4 
4 
6 



Sizes up to and including 4 x 4 x '^4-incli packed three dozen in a box. Larger 
sizes packed two dozen in a box. 



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No. 118 Mending Plate 

Plain Steel 




Leagtli 


Widlh 


rsuiiiiitT 


Inches 


Inches 


of Holes 


3 


H 


4 


4 


% 


4 


4 


% 


4 


5 


% 


4 


6 


% 


4 


8 


H 


4 


10 


1 


6 


12 


1 


6 



First four sizes packed three dozen in a box. 
Larger sizes packed one dozen in a bundle. 

No. 119 Steel Tie Plate 

Plain Steel or Japanned 




imtti,«ki^'-i£>i&gi4^ 





Cut full size 
Packed one dozen in a bundle. Weight, per dozen, ■?} pound. 



No. 120 Steel Angle Brace 

Plain Steel or Japanned 




Cut two-thirds size 



Japanned, packed one dozen in a box. Plain steel, in bulk. 
Weight, per dozen, ?4 pound. 



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No. 61 ''Self-Cleaner" Pressed Steel Foot Scraper 

Japanned or Sherardized 




This Scraper extends out over the end of the step, so that the dirt 
will droj^ doAVTl and not gather around the Scraper. 

Envelope with screws attached to each Scraper. ^ 

Packed one dozen in a box. Weight, per dozen, 6^t ponnds. 



No. 62 ''Upright" Pressed Steel Foot Scraper 

Japanned or Sherardized 




Can he used on wood or emhedded in cement 

Envelope with screws attached to each Scraper. 

Packed one dozen in a hox. Weight, per dozen, 7*1 ponnds. 

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No. 82 "Silent" Parlor Door Hanger 




Cut shows a left-Land Hanger 



A "Silent" Parlor Door Hanger in name and in fact. Extremely 
simple in construction, ^vitli no complicated parts to get out of order. 

Doors are easily hung with this Hanger, as it lias a flexible hinge- 
joint which permits the Hanger to adjust itself to the to2> of the door, 
whether scjuare or not. The ftill weight of the door rests on the adjust- 
ing-screw, which is ejctra hea^y and long, and ^vill never w^ork loose and 
permit the door to drop down as do the short adjusting-screws. This is 
further prevented by a sort of spring lock-nut at the end of the adjusting- 
screw. The wheel has a ^ailcanized-fiber tread and is supplied with 
roller hearings. For sectional view of bearings, see illustration on page 19. 

Each set is packed complete with screws, stop and guides. With 
single sets the stop is not necessary. 

Double sets complete with 14-foot track. 
Single sets complete with 8-foot track. 

Fifteen doid^le sets in a case. 
Thirty single sets in a case. 

Weight, per double set, 25 pounds. 
Weight, per single set, 15 pounds. 

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No. 750 Casement Window Fastener 




Rim 



Mortise 



Furnished in any finish desired. (For list of finishes see page 117.) 

Packed regularly with rim strikes, one dozen in a box, with screws. 
Mortise strike will be furnished if so specified when ordering. 



Weight, per dozen, 3^4 pounds. 



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No. 725 Cabinet Door Set 




Cut full size 



This set consists of one pair l^-inch No. 405 Ornamental Hinges 
and one only No. 699 Cupboard Turn. 

It is suitable for use on medicine cabinets, china cabinets, kitchen 
cabinets, linen cabinets, etc. 

Each set is wrapped in a separate package, with screws. One dozen 
sets in a box. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes see page 117. 

Weight, per dozen sets, 3 pounds. 
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No. 70 Cellar Window Set 




Cut full size 



This set consists of the following articles : 

One pair 2 x 2-inch Tight-Pin Butts 

One only 2J2-iuch Plook and Eye 

One only No. 600 "All-Steel" Sash Lock 

All parts are heavily sherardized to prevent rust. Also furnished in japan 
finish, when so ordered. 

A sample set mounted as illustrated when recpiested. One set, with screws, 
is packed in a carton. One dozen sets in a hox. Twelve dozen in a case. 

Weight, per dozen sets, 5^4 pounds. 



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No. 71 Automatic Cellar Window Set 





\^W[\i\ 




In addition to the good features illustrated, the handle of lock is so formed 
as to sive a liheral handhold to open window. 

Furnished either japanned or sherardized. A sample set mounted when 
requested. One set, with screws, is packed in a carton. One dozen sets in a box. 
Twelve dozen in a case. 

Weiglit, per dozen, 74 pounds. 

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No. 220 Push Plate 



Wrought Steel 



There is a lot of quality iu this 
Push Plate that does not show on 
the surface. 

The edges are nicely rounded 
and unusually deep drawn, which 
gives the plate an attractive and 
massive appearance. 

Each plate is slightly howed. 
This feature insures the center as 
well as the ends of the plate heing 
dra^\^i close to the door when the 
screws are inserted. 

Each plate is highly polished aijd 
plated. Any finish d esired . For list 
of finishes, see page 117. 

Each plate is wrapped separately 
in anti-tarnish paper, with ? s x 6 oval- 
head screws. 

One-half dozen in a box. 

Size of plate, 3 x 10 inches. 

Weight, per dozen, 5Kt ponnds. 



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No. 225 Push Plate 

A^rouglit Steel or Solid Brass 

This is a very popular design. 
The wide, beveled edges harmonize 
nicely with heveled-edge escutcheon 
plates and half-surface hutts. 

Each jAate is slightly howed. 
This feature insures the center as 
well as the ends of the plate being 
drawn close to the door when the 
screws are inserted. 

Each plate is highly polished and 
plated. Any finish desired. For list 
of finishes, see page 117. 

Each plate is wrapped separately 
in anti-tarnish paper, with ^'^:sl6 oval- 
head screws. 



One-half dozen in a box. 

Size of plate, 3 x 10 inches. 

Weight, per dozen, 5^4 pounds. 




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STERLING. ILLINOIS 



No. 240 Bail-Bearing Floor Hinge 




View of Hinge, showing one Side Plate, Back Plate 
and Floor Plate attached. 




Dark part carries the 
weight of the door indjp- 
pendent of the spring- 




closing feature. 



Dark part shows 4he 
spring-closing feature inde- 
pendent of the part w^hich 
carries the weight of the 
door. 



Sectional view, showing 
construction of bearings 
and the case-hardened 
roller at left which absorbs 
spring pressure. 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No. 240 Bail-Bearing Floor Hinge 




View showing liow j)ivot for 
top of door and pivot plale 
are attached. No chiseling, 
mortising or measuring re- 
quired. This is a real tinie- 
and lahor-saving feature. 



The illustrations on this 
page and the opposite page 
show our Bali-Bearing Floor 
Hinge. 

The construction of this 
Floor Hinge is radically differ- 
ent from other floor hinges. 
The part which hears the 
weight of the door and the 
spring-closing feature are independent of each other, although necessarily 
combined. 

The spring pressure and not the weight of the door causes the wear in all 
spring hinges. 

In this Hinge the pressure of the spring is not against the hinge hearing 
which carries the door, but is absorbed by a 1-inch case-hardened roller, which 
prevents wear on the hinge bearing. This Hinge will always keep the door 
firmly in center of opening when at rest, as there is no possibility of wear in the 
hinge bearing. 

In the typical floor hinge, the maximum pressure of the spring against the 
bearing carrying the weight of the door is, we found by actual test, 300 pounds. 
The pressure on this bearing in our Hinge is about 10 pounds, a saving in wear 
and tear in favor of our Hinge in the ratio of 30 pounds to one. 

The pivot for the top is attached by simply boring five ^g-incli holes. 
Requires no chiseling. 

The construction of pivot plate for head jamb is unique. Simply placing 
end against jamb and inserting three screws brings bearing portion into correct 
position. No mortising or measuring required. This is one of the greatest labor- 
saving features of this Hinge, and appeals immediately to the contractor. 

Reversible side plates are furnished with this Hinge. They avoid the neces- 
sity of stocking both right- atid left-hand plates in various finishes. 

The screw slots in floor plale are so placed as to provide for an adjustment to secure 
proper alignment. 

The door is held open, when sivnng to either side, 95 degrees. 

The spring is oil tempered. Ball bearings of the very best quality are used. 

For doors l'>. inches to 2 '4 inches thick. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Packed one complete Hinge, with all necessary parts, in a box with illustrated directions tor 
altachiug. One dozen in a case. 

Weight, each, S^'j pounds; case, 50 pounds. 

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No. 90 Screen and Storm Door Set 




Cut one-half size 

The combination Screen Set here ilhistrated is the most dural^le and 
practical set on the market. The hinges are of steel, size 3x2!^ inches. 
They are also loose-pin, so that it is not necessary to remove any screws 
when taking down the door. An offset liinge can ]>e obtained l^y 
removing the pin and reversing one leaf. The pull is 44^ inches long, 
made of steel and very neat. 

No. 3 Perfect Spring, with loop ends, packed with each set. Nickeled 
screws and hooks and eyes are packed with the japanned sets. 

No. 200 Door Pull is packed with this set in all plated finishes. 

A sample set mounted as illustrated when requested. One set, with 
screws, is packed in a carton, and one dozen sets in a box. Twelve 
dozen sets in a case. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 
Weight, per dozen sets, 12 pounds. 

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No. 91 Screen and Storm Door Set 



o 

No.91 SCREEN AND STORM DOOR SET 

Coni(^cte with Screws. National Wfg..Co.5tetlmg.lll.H.i!dwJre 




This set consists of the following: 

1 pair No. 122 Loose Pin Spring Hinges. Made of steel. 

Music wire spring. Hinge operates with or without 

spring. Door can he taken clown without removing 

screws. 

1 only 4' 2-inch No. 205 Steel Door Pull. 

1 only 2 i 2-inch Hook and Eye. 

No. 200 Pull packed with plated sets. 

A sample set mounted as illustrated when requested. 

Packed one set in a carton, with screws, one dozen sets in a box. 
Twelve dozen sets in a case. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Weight, per dozen sets, 8V2 pounds. 
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No. 80 Screen and Storm Sash Hanger 

(Patented February 27, 1912) 

Wrought Steel 




First position 

Place opening in Hanger level witk toji of sasli. 




Second position 

(For description, see opposite page.) 
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No, 80 Screen and Storm Sash Hanger 

(Patented February 27, 1912) 



Wrought Steel 




Third position 

The three iUustrations on these two pages represent onr Screen and 
Storm Sash Hanger in the three positions which it assnmes when 
hanging the screen or sash. 

First — The top of screen rests against blind-stop inside of casing, 
which serves as a guide when sliding Hanger up to engage hook 
on casing at top. (See first illustration.) 

Second — The bottom of screen or sash is pushed out until frame 
on screen or sash slides over hook on casing and latches auto- 
matically. (See second illustration.) 

Third — The Hangers are so constructed that they hold the screen 
or sash firmly in position and prevent rattling. (See third 
illustration.) 

To attach the Hangers, first attach the bottom piece to the screen or 
sash and then fasten the hook on casing. 

Each set is wrapped in a separate package complete with sherardized 
screws. 

The Hangers are furnished japanned or sherardized. Packed one 
dozen sets in a box. Thirty-six dozen sets in a case. 

Extra bottoms can be furnished, packed two dozen sets in a box, 
with screws. 

A working model is furnished free with the first order, 
Weight, per dozen sets, steel, 2 ^^4 pounds. 
Weight, extra bottoms, two dozen, 3 Li pounds, 

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No. 81 Screen Hanger 

For Half Length Screens 





V 



A simple, convenient device for hanging half length screens. Easy 
to attach. 

Screens can he hung or removed from inside of room. 

Furnished in Sherardized finish only. 

Each complete set, with l!^-inch hook and eye, wrapped separately. 

Packed one dozen sets in a hox. Three gross in a case. 

Weight, per dozen sets, lU pounds. 



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No. 195 Screen Door Turnbuckle 




Our Turnlnickles are made extra long, giving additional leverage to raise the 
door. They can he nsed ou either screen or storm doors. The end pieces are of 
steel, witli a brass Turnhuckle in the center. As hrass will not ru^^t to steel, the 
Tiirnhuckle can he easily operated at any time. 

They are packed with nickeled screws, one complete Turnhuckle in a spe- 
cially printed envelope, one dozen in a hox. Sixty dozen in a case. 

A handsome enamel stamped display card is furnished free of charge with 
the first order. 

Length, I4I2 inches. Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 
Weight, per dozen, l^j pounds. 



No. 196 Turnbuckle 



^ 



tops. 



Made extra heavy. Used extensively by auto top manufacturers for winter 



Packed Avith nickeled screws, one dozen in a hox. 
Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



Lciigih 
Inches 

16 
SO 



Weight pel 
Dozen 



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No. 85 Screen and Storm Sash Adjuster 




: : , : :::::::: 






ii if ~M 














hi^as^^^^ 






3 


_ 









WHEN USED ON SCREEN 



.1 niii 




WHEN USED ON STORM SASH 




COMPRESSION HERE 
PREVENTS RATTLING 




(For description, see opposite page.) 
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No. 85 Screen and Storm Sash Adjuster 

Here, at last, is an Adjuster for screen or storm sash that does its 
work effectively and without rattling. 

The illustrations on the opposite page sho^s^ the Adjuster in the 
positions it assumes when screen or storm sash is opened and closed; also 
the positions in which the Adjuster is placed when used with screen or 
sash. 

The illustration at the hottom of the opposite page is an enlarged view 
of the Adjuster, and shows the peculiar construction of the joint 
which prevents rattling. 

Either one or two can he used with screens. When one only 

is used, either right or left, it is placed in center of sill. (See 

upper illustrations.) With storm sash, one is used on each side. 
(See lower illustrations.) 

When closed, the Adjuster locks the screen or storm sash securely 
in position. 

The slot in har which holds sash open is wedge-shaped, and keeps 
sash firmly in position. The more pressure on the bar the firmer the 
wedge-shaped slot is fixed in position. 

The curved end on the bar prevents pushing sash too far out at 
the bottom. 

Length, 10 inches. Made entirely of steel. Furnished in japanned 
or sherardized finish. The sherardized finish is especially recommended, 
as it is proof against rust and will give longer and more satisfying service. 

Packed one pair — one right and one left — in an envelope, with screws. 
Envelope printed with illustrated instructions for attaching. One 
dozen pairs in a box. TavcIvc dozen pairs in a case, 

Weight, per dozen 2>airs, 6'4 pounds. 
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Bright Wire Hooks and Eyes 




List Prices per Gross 



Length 
Inches 

1 

m 

2 

21/2 

3 

3H 
4 





Weight 


Bright 


per Gross 


Steel 


Pounds 


S 6 50 


24 


6 50 


3i'2 


8 00 


4' 2 


10 00 


6-4 


12 00 


91/2 


14 50 


12 


17 00 


124 



Packed as follows: 1-incli and IH-inch, one gross in a box; 
2-incli to 4-incli, one-half gross in a box. 



Perfect Door and Gate Spring 

Japanned or Plated 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



Weight 

per Dozen 

Pounds 

2 
3 



4U 
5 



Nos. 1, 2 and 7 are not furnished iti plated finishes. 
Packed one dozen in a box, with hooks. 

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No. 600 Sash Lock 

(Patented October 6, 1908) 
All-Steel or Solid Brass 




Cut full size 




Bottom view of Sash Lock 

The Sasli Lock here iUustratecl is our latest model, and one which 
we consider superior to any other. The Lock is made of cold rolled 
steel throughout, taking au exceptionally fine finish; also furnished in 
solid hrass. 

The lower illustration shows the simple construction of this Lock. 
The coil spring is made of finest piano wire, fully tested. Owdng to the 
peculiar and simple construction of the Lock, friction is reduced to the 
minimum and the rigidity of the Lock is retained. 

Each Lock is ^vrapped in a separate package, complete with screws. 
Packed one dozen in a hox. Seventy-two dozen in a case. Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Weight, per dozen, 2 pounds. 
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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
ILLINOIS 



No. 699 Pressed Steel or Brass Cupboard Turn 





Cut full size 




Cro3=-9ection, showing flat strike attacbcd 



This Turn is the same design as our No. 702 Cup- 
board Turn ilhistrated on page 86, hut is much smaller. 
A very popular size. 

They are made of cold rolled steel 
and also of solid hrass. 

The Pressed Steel Turn has a solid- 
brass top on knob. 

The bolt has rounded point same as 
high-grade door locks. 

The strike has a rounded top, providing 
a roller-shaped bearing on which bolt 
works easily. 



The Turns are simple in construction, ha\dng but few parts. Cannot get out 
of order. 

A flat strike, as illustrated opposite the Nos. 699, 700, 701 and 702 Cupboard 
Turns, for use on casings which are not flush ^vith doors, is furnished when so 
specified. 

All standard finishes are kept regularly in stock. Special finishes on short 
notice. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Each Turn is wrapped in a separate package, complete with screws. Packed 
one dozen in a box. Sixty dozen in a case. 

Weight, per dozen, lU pounds, 
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Pressed Steel or Brass Cupboard Turns 



'- fl 


m^^ 


L 


■ 






No. 700— "T" Kuob— Cut full size 
(For description, see page 86.) 



1 


■ 


ha 


1 




in 


1 


B 


K^i^ _M 




No. 701— Round Knob— Cut full size 
(For description, see page 86.) 



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No. 702 Pressed Steel or Brass Cupboard Turn 





Oval Knob— Cut full size 



I 



The above cut, together with the two on page 85, ilhistrates our 
three designs in Cupboard Turns. 

The following are points of merit: 

They are made of cold rolled steel and also of solid brass. 

The No. 702 Pressed Steel Turn has a solid-brass top on ^ 
knob. 

The bolt has a rounded point same as high-grade door locks. 

The strike has a rounded top, providing a roller-shaped 
bearing on which bolt works easily. 

A flat strike, as illustrated opposite the Nos. 699, 700, 701 
and 702 Cupboard Turns, for use on casings which 
are not flush with doors, is furnished when so specified. 

The Turns are simple in construction, having but few 
parts. Cannot get out of order. 

All standard finishes are kept regularly in stock. Special finishes 
on short notice. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Each Turn is wrapped in a separate package, complete with screws. 
Packed one dozen in a box. Forty-eight dozen in a case. 

Weight, per dozen, 2 pounds. 

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One -Piece Stop Bead Screw 



Requires no washer 






5 




No. 300— Cut full size of lU x 8 



i 



Size 
Incboa 



Vk X 8 
Va X 10 



Weight 
j...r Gro.B 
Pounds 

1 



Packed one gross in a box. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



No. 130 Steel Sash Lift 




No. 130— Cut full size 



Packed one-half gross in a box, with round-head screws. Eight 
gross in a case. Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



Weight, per gross, 4-^.i pounds. 
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No. 135 Steel Sash Lift 





Cut full size 

The sectional view at the right shows the liheral projection for the 
fingers — an unusually valuahle feature of this Lift. 

Packed one-half gross in a hox, with oval-head screws. Eight gross 
in a case. Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Weight, per gross, 5^4 pounds. 



No. 140 Flush Sash Lift 

Pressed Steel 




Cut full size 



Each Lift is wrapped in a separate package, complete with oval- 
head screws. Packed one-quarter gross in a hox. Any finish desired. 
For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Weight, per gross, 9*2 pounds. 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



No. 150 Bar Sash Lift and Drawer Pull 

Pressed Steel 




Size 
Ilichc= 

4 



Sled 

>S'fighl jier Gross 

Pounds 

22^4 
25 



Four Sash Lifts, with screws in envelope, tied in a package. Packed 
one-quarter gross in a hox. Five gross in a case. Any finish desired. 
For list of finishes, see page 117. 



No. 160 Bar Sash Lift and Drawer Pull 



Cast Iron 




4 
5 



231/2 
3914 



Packed one-cpiarter gross in a hox, with screws. Four gross in a 
case. Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



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No. 105 Crescent Drawer Pull 



Pressed Steel or Brass 




Size 



Steel 

Weight ptT Gros3 

I'oiiiitis 



10 

131/2 



Brass 

Weight |)er Cross 

roiiiitl= 

11 
141/2 



The 3 U -inch size only is furnislied in solid hrass. 

Each Crescent Pull is wrapjDed in a separate 2>ackage, complete with 
screws. Packed one-quarter gross in a hox. Six gross in a case. Any 
finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



No. 200 Pressed Steel Pull 




Made of cold rolled steel, highly polished. One size only, 5 inches. 
Packed one-quarter gross in a hox, with screws. Any finish desired. 
For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Weight, per gross, 7?4 pounds. 
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No. 205 Drawer Pull 

Pressed Steel 




Cut full size of 3'4-inch 



Length 

lucLea 

2H 
3 14 

41 2 



Widih 
Inches 

% 



Weight per Gross 
Puiiniia 

13 



Nuinher of 
Gross in Case 



5 
6 
5 



Packed one-quarter gross in a box, with screws. Any finish desired. 
For hst of finishes, see page 117. 



No. 210 Screen Lift 

Japanned or Plated 




Packed one-half gross in a box, complete with screws. Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



Weight, per gross, 4H pounds. 
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No. 405 Ornamental Surface Hinge 




Cut full size of 2' I'-inch 









Number 


Weight per 


Dozen 


Width 






Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Pairs 


Inches 


Kind of Pin 


Style 


in Box 


Pounds 


in Case 


IH 


Oval head 


Flat 


1 dozen 


2 


40^ 


m 


Oval head 


Flat 


1 dozen 


V/2 


32 


2 


Ball tip 


Flat 


1 dozen 


4>H 


18 


V/2 


Ball tii3 


Flat 


1 pair 


7 


12 



Sizes IH-iiich, 1^-incli and 2-inch are packed one pair in an envelope, with oval 

head screws; l-^i-inch No. 405 Snerardized Tight Brass Pin for wash 

tray hinge with sherardized screws. (See page 7.) 




Cut full size of I'^^-iuch 
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No. 400 Ornamental Cupboard Butt 




Cut full size of 2V^-incli 



Width 
Inches 


Kind of Pin 


Slyle 


dumber 
Pairs 
in Box 


Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

PoundB 


Dozen 
Pftiri 
in Case 


11/2 


Oval head 


Flat 


1 dozen 


2 


40 


134 


Oval head 


Flat 


1 dozen 


21/2 


32 


2 


Ball tip 


Flat 


1 dozen 


4 


18 


21/2 


Ball tip 


Offset 


1 pair 


7 


12 



Sizes 13/^-inch, 1^-incli and 2-inch are packed one pair in an envelope, Avith 

oval head screws. (See page 7.) 




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No. 400 Ornamental Butt 




^'5f=r»'Vf-'- ■^^' 



Gut full size of 3'2-inch 



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No. 400 Ornamental Butt 

Made of cold rolled steel, highly polished. 

Tapped at hotli ends, making it reversible. 

The false tip is threaded and screws into the Butt. It also has a 
slot for a screw-driver, making it easy to remove the tip and affording 
ready access to the pin. 

The slot also indicates which is the bottom of the Butt — a very 
popular feature with carpenters and builders. 

Packed one pair in a carton, ^vitli oval head screws. Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Made in the following sizes: 



Size 
Inclics 


Weight per 

Dozeu Pairs 

Pounds 


Dozen Pairs 
in Case 


3 


11 


12 


31/2 


17H 


12 


4 


21^4 


12 


4li 


28H 


6 



For smaller sizes, see page 93. 



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No. 425 Ornamental Surface Hinge 




Cut full size of 2H-mch 



P 









Number 


Weight per 


Doze 


Width 






Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Pair= 


Inches 


Kiad of Pin 


Style 


ia Box 


Pounds 


inCas 


IH 


Oval head 


Flat 


1 dozen 


2 


46 


IH 


Oval head 


Flat 


1 dozen 


234 


32 


2 


Ball tip 


Flat 


1 dozen 


4 


18 


2H 


Ball tip 


Flat 


1 pair 


7^2 


12 



Sizes IH-inch, l-'^-inch and 2-inch are packed onie pair in an envelope, 
with oval head screws. (See page 7.) 



je^. 



I 




^ 



Gut full size of 1^2-inch 
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No. 420 Ornamental Cupboard Butt 




Cut full size of 2'/2-inch 













Number 


w 


eight per Do7,en 


Width 










Pairs 


Do 


zen Pairs Pairs 


Inches 


Kind of Pin 




Style 




in Box 


] 


'ounds in Casi 


m 


Oval bead 




Flat 




1 dozen 




2 40 


1^4 


Oval head 




Flat 




1 dozen 




2is 32 


2 


Ball tip 




Flat 




1 dozen 




5 18 


2H 


Ball tip 




Offset 




1 pair 




8 12 


Sizes 


m-iiich, 1^4-inc 


h 


and 2-iiich 


are 


packed one 


pair 


in an envelope, 




with 


oval head screws 


(See page 


7.) 






Cut full size of 14-inch 
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No. 420 Ornamental Butt 







Cut full size of 3' 2-mcli 



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No. 420 Ornamental Butt 

Made of cold rolled steel, riclily embossed. 

Tapped at both ends, making it reversible. 

The false tip is threaded and screws into the Butt. It also has a 
slot for a screw-driver, making it easy to remove the tip and affording 
ready access to the pin. 

The slot also indicates which is the bottom of the Butt — a very 
popular feature with carpenters and builders. 

Packed one pair in a carton, with oval head screws. Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



Made in the follo^ving sizes: 



Size 
InchM 


Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


Dozen P 
in Cas 


3 


11 H 


12 


31/2 


171/2 


12 


4 


22 


12 



For smaller sizes, see page 97. 



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Width 
Indies 

11/2 
2 



No. 455 Ornamental Surface Hinge 




Cut full size of 21 2-inch 



Kind of Pin 

Oval head 
Oval bead 
Ball tip 
Ball tip 



Style 

Flat 
Flat 
Flat 
Flat 



Nliniber 
Pairs 
in Box 

1 dozen 
1 dozen 
1 dozen 
1 pair 



ght per 


Docen 


la Fairs 


Pairs 


unda 


in Case 


2 


40^ 


23/4 


32 


4 


18 


'71/2 


12 



Sizes 11/2-inch, 13^.inch and 2-inch are packed one pair in an envelope, with 

oval head screws. (See page 7.) 




Cut full size of 11 2-iucli 
100 



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No. 450 Ornamental Cupboard Butt 




Width 
Inchca 

IH 
V4 
2 
2H 



Cut full 


size of 2''2-iuch 






Slvle 

Flat 


Number 

Paira 

in Box 

1 dozen 


Weight per 

Dozen Paira 
Pounds 

2 


Dozen 
Pairs 
in Case 

40 


Flat 


1 dozen 


2H 


32 


Flat 


1 dozen 


5 


18 


Offset 


1 pail- 


8 


12 



Kind of Pin 

Oval head 
Oval head 
Ball tip 
Ball tip 

Sizes 1' 2-inch, 1^4-iiicli and 2-inch are packed one pair in an envelope, 
with oval head screws. (See page 7.) 




Cut full size of iH-inch 
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NATIOlSAL STERLING, ILLINOIS 



No. 450 Ornamental Butt 




Cut full size of 3' -'-inch 



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No. 450 Ornamental Butt 



Made of selected cold rolled steel, highly polished, douhle-plated, 
with heveled edges. 

Tapped at both ends, making it reversible. 

The false tij) is threaded and screws into the Butt. It is also slotted 
for a screw-driA^er, making it easy to remove the tip and affording readv 
access to the pin. 

The slot also indicates Avhicli is the bottom of the Butt — a very 
popular feature with carpenters and builders. 

This design matches very nicely the escutcheon plates with beveled 
edges, giving a very harmonious effect. 

One pair in a carton, each Butt Avrapped separately, with oval head 
screws. Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Made in the following sizes: 





VeigUt per 




Su!e 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Inches 


Pounds 


in Case 


3 


im 


12 


31/2 


17H 


12 


4 


22 


12 


4^2 


29 


6 



For smaller sizes, see page 101. 



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ly Ji. 1 1 \J i\ J± Li sterling. ILLINOIS 



No. 475 Ornamental Hinge 




Cut full size 
Made in 1-inch size only. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a box, with flat head screws. Thirty-two 
dozen pairs in a case. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes see page 117. 

Weight, per dozen pairs, li^ pounds. 



No. 355 Ornamental Surface Hinge 








Cut full 


size 


of I'/^-inch 






Width 
Inches 


Kind of Pin 


Style 




Number 

Pairs 
iuBox 


Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


Dozen 

Pairs 

in Case 


lis 


Oval head 


Flat 




1 dozen 


2 


40 


1^'4 


Oval head 


Flat 




1 dozen 


3 


32 



Packed one pair in an envelope, with oval head screws. (See page 7.) 

104 



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No. 485 Ornamental Hinge 




Cutfiill size of iM-inch 

Made of cold rolled steel. Embossed leaves. Smooth kmickles. 
Leiigtli of joiut. Hi inclies and li/^ inclies. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a box, eacli pair in a separate envelope, 
with ^8 X 5 oval-head screws. Thirty-two dozen pairs in a case. 
Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

Weight, per dozen, IH-inch, 2 pounds; lk2-incli, 2H pounds. 

No. 480 Ornamental Butt 




Cut full size 



This is the same design as the No. 485 Ornamental Hinge illns- 
trated above. It is made in l^-inch size only. 

Packed one dozen pairs in a box, each pair in a separate envelope, 
with % xS oval-head screws. Thirty-two dozen pairs in a case. 

Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 
Weight, per dozen, 2 pounds, 

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No. 500 Ball Tip Butt 




Gut lull size of 3'2 X 3'/2-iuch 



Size 



2 

2H 

3 

3H 

3H 



x2 
X 2H 
x3 
X 31/2 
x5 



WeigUt per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 

4 

7 
10 
15 
20 



Dozen Pairs 
in Case 

18 
16 
16 
12 
6 



4 

4 



Size 
Indies 

x4 
x6 
x4H 
x5 



Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 



Dozen Pairs 
in Case 



19 
23 

25 
33 



12 
6 
6 
6 



The 2 X 2-iiich bright steel, japanned and plated Butts are packed one dozen 
pairs in a carton, each pair in a separate envelope, with screws. (See page 7.) 
All other sizes are packed one pair in a box, each plated Butt wrapped separately, 
with screws. The slotted and threaded tip has been discontinued in this style, and 
the word "Top" is stamped on upper end of leaf. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

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No. 504 Reversible Butt 




Cut full size of 3''2 x 3- 2-inch 





Weight per 




Size 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Inches 


Pounds 


in Case 


2 x2 


3U 


18 


2Hx2H 


534 


16 


3 x2H 


8 


16 


3x3 


9 


16 


3Hx3 


12H 


12 


3Hx3H 


13H 


12 


4 X 4 


17 


12 


4H X 4i 2 


24 


6 



These Butts are bright steel. Also furnished sherardized, Avith steel 
or brass pin. The 2 x 2-inch Butts are packed one dozen pairs in a box, 
each pair in a separate envelope, with screws. (See page 7.) All other 
sizes are packed one pair in a box, with screws. 

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STERLING, 



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No. 505 Broad Butt 

Tight Pin 




Cut full size of 3H x 3i4-iuch 





\("cighl per 




Size 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Inches 


Pound B 


in Case 


2 x2 


3^4 


18 


2Hx2i2 


SH 


16 


3 x2H 


8 


16 


3x3 


9 


16 


3^x3 


121/2 


12 


3Hx3H 


13H 


12 


4 X 4 


17 


12 


41/2 X 4H 


24 


6 



These Butts can be furnislied sherardized, with brass pin, or any 
finish desired. (See page 117.) The 3 x 2l;^-inch and 3H x 3-inch Butts 
cannot be furnished in plated finishes. The 2 x 2-inch Butts are 
packed one dozen pairs in a box, each pair in a separate envelope, with 
screws. (See page 7.) All other sizes are packed one pair in a box, with 
screws. 

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No. 508 Light Narrow Butt 




Cut full size of 2y2-inch 



Length 
Inches 


Widih Open 
Inches 


Weight per 

Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


Dozen F 
in Ca 


1 

V/2 


1 

IVlC 

I'/ic 


1 

1?4 


50 
50 
50 


2 

214 


iri6 


214 
2H 
2^4 


50 
25 
25 


21/2 

3 


2 


3 

4H 


25 
25 



These Butts are packed one dozen pairs in a hox, each pair in a 
separate envelope, with screws. (See page 7.) Any finish desired. 
For list of finishes, see page 117. 



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ly A. 1 lU iS Jl Li sterling. Illinois 



No. 518 Light Narrow Butt 




Cut fiill size of 2''2-inch 



I 







Weight per 




Length 
Inches 


Width 0|ieii 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 


Inches 


Founds 


in Caac 


1 


1 


% 


50 


IH 


IWe 


1 


50 


m 


me 


1% 


50 


IH 


VAb 


2H 


50 


2 


1%G 


2H 


25 


214 


1H^6 


234 


25 


2H 


1H16 


3 


25 


3 


2 


4H 


25 



These Butts are packed one dozen pairs in a box, eacli pair in a 
separate envelope, witli screws. (See page 7.) Any finish desired. 
For list of finishes, see page 117. 



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No. 528 Light Narrow Butt 



Bull Til, 




Cut full size of 2H-incU 







Weight per 




Length 
Inches 


Width Open 


Dozen Pairs 


Dozen ■ 


Inches 


Poiinda 


in Ca 


1^2 


1%6 


m 


40 


2 


1%6 


21/2 


50 


2H 


IH^e 


2H 


50 


2H 


l"/i6 


3 


50 


3 


2 


m 


25 



All sizes of these Butts are packed one dozen pairs in a box, each 
pair in a separate envelope, with screws. (See page 7.) Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



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ly j± 1 IKJ ly Jl 1j sterling, Illinois 



No. 538 Narrow Loose Joint Butt 




LEFT HAND 



This butt is used quite extensively for hanging full length screens. 

Made in both right- and left-hand in 2-inch size only. Right- and 
left-hand packed separately. i 

Furnished in Bright Steel and Japan. 

Bright Steel, packed one dozen pairs in a box, each pair in an 
envelope with screws, or in bulk without screws if desired. 

Japanned, packed one dozen pairs in a box, with screws only. 
Weight per dozen pairs, with screws, 2^ pounds. 



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No. 608 Light Reversible Butt 




Cut full size of 2'/2 x 2H.iucli 



Size Ojien 
Inches 

2x2 

2H X 2 
2H X 2 1/2 



3 
3 



X 2H 
x3 



Weight ]>t 

Dozen Pai 

Pounds 

2^4 

334 

514 
6 



Dozeu Pairs 
iu Case 

50 
50 
25 

25 
25 



All sizes of these Butts are packed one dozen pairs in a box, each 
pair in a separate envelope, with screws. (See page 7.) Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



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No. 628 Light Ball Tip Butt 




Cut full size of 2'4 x 2'/2-incb 



Size 
li 


Opea 

dies 


2 


x2 


21 


2X2 


2' 


2x24 


3 


x2H 


3 


x3 



Wcigbl per 

Dozen Paira 

Pounds 

2n 
314 
4 

5H 



Dozen Pairs 
in Case 

50 
50 
25 

25 
25 



All sizes of these Butts are packed one dozen pairs m a box each 
pair in a separate envelope, with screws. (See page 7.) Any fimsh 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 



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No. 650 Parliament Butt 

Ball Tii> 




Cut full size of 4-incli 



Size Open 


Wciplit per 
Dozen Pairs 


Inches 


Poiiiuls 


3 


5U 


3H 


7-^4 


4 


SH 


4>V2 


SH 


5 


10 H 



izcn Pairs 
in Case 

24 
24 
24 
24 
24 



Especially adapted for hanging French windows. Packed one pair in a box, 
with screws. Any finish desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. 

No. 121 Loose Pin Surface Hinge 




Cut one-half size 
Can he nsed on doors not flush with joint by reversing one leaf for oifset. 
Packed one pair in a box, with screws. Sixteen dozen pairs in a case. Any finish 
desired. For list of finishes, see page 117. Weight, per dozen pairs, 7^2 pounds. 



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No. 122 Spring Hinge 




Made of steel. Music wire spring. Hinge operates with or without 
spring. Loose pin. Door can be taken down without removnig screws. 

Packed one pair in a box with screws. Sixteen dozen pairs in a 
case. Any finish desired. For list of finishes see page 117. 

Weight, per dozen pairs, 7H pounds. 



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Finishes, with Their Abbreviations 

The following is a list of the regular finishes of plated goods 
which we carry in stock: 

Finish Abbreviation 

Bright Steel Brt. S. 

Sherardized . Sher. 

Amher Bronze And^er 

Japanned Jap. 

Antique Copper A. C. 

Dull Brass Dull B. 

Antique Brass Sand-Blast . . . o A. B. S. B. 

Antique Brass Sand-Blast Not Shaded . A. B. S. B. N. S. 

Nickel Nick. 

The following special finishes can he furnished on short notice: 

Dead Black Japan ....... D. B. Jap. 

Copper Washed . Cop. W. 

Dull Antique Copper Dull A. C. 

Dull Copper Dull C. 

Bright Copper , Brt. C. 

Antique Brass Ant. B. 

Dull Antique Brass Dull A. B. 

Bronze Brze. 

Statuary Bronze Stat. Brze. 

Statuary Bronze Sand-Blast .... Stat. Brze. S. B. 

Antique Copper Sand-Blast . . . . A. C. S. B. 

Antique Copper Sand-Blast Not Shaded , A. C. S. B. N. S. 

Dull Brass Sand-Blast Dull B. S. B. 

Electro Bower Barlf E. B. B. 

Bright Brass . Brt. Brs. 

Dull Nickel Dull Nick. 

Nickel Sand Blast Nick. S. B. 

The finish formerly called "Dull A. B. S. B." has heen changed to 
"A. B. S. B. N. S." as the name more clearly describes this finish. 

"Brush Brass" and "Lemon Brass" finishes mean the same as "Dull 
Brass." "Old Brass" is the same as "Anticp.ie Brass." 

All sherardized plated goods are stamped with the letters "Sher." to 
indicate that they are sherardized before being plated. 



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STERLING. ILLINOIS 



Numerical Index 











Page 








Page 


"Big 4" . . 16, 17, 18, 19 


No. 119 . . . . . 63 


No. 2 . 


. . . 46 


No. 120 . 






. . 63 


No. 3 . 








. 46 


No. 121 . 






. . 115 


No. 4 . 








. 45 


No. 122 . 






. . 116 


No. 5 . 








. 45 


No. 130 . 






. 87 


No. 6 . 








. 45 


No. 135 . 






. . 88 


No. 11 . 








. 20 


No. 140 . 






. 88 


No. 12 . 








. 20 


No. 150 . 






. . 89 


No. 16 . 








. 42 


No. 160 . 






. 89 


No. 17 . 








. 42 


No. 195 . 






. 79 


No. 18 . 








. 44 


No. 196 . 






. . 79 


No. 21 . 








. 61 


No. 200 . 






. 90 


No. 22 . 








. 61 


No. 205 . 






. 91 


No. 23 . 








. 61 


No. 210 . 






. 91 


No. 24 . 








. 36 


No. 220 . 






. 70 


No. 25 . 








. 37 


No. 225 . 






. 71 


No. 27 . 








38 


No. 240 , 






72, 73 


No. 28 . 








. 39 


No. 300 . 






. 87 


No. 29 . 








40, 41 


No. 355 . 






. 104 


No. 30 . 








. 49 


No. 400 . 






93, 94, 95 


No. 31 . 








. 49 


No. 405 . 






. 92 


No. 33 . 








50 


No. 420 . 






97, 98, 99 


No. 35 . 








. 46 


No. 425 . 






. 96 


No. 40 . 








32 


No, 450 . 




101 


, 102, 103 


No. 61 . 








64 


No. 455 . 






. 100 


No. 62 . 








64 


No. 475 . 






. 104 


No. 65 . 








44 


No. 480 . 






. 105 


No. 66 . 








8 


No. 485 . 






. 105 


No. 67 . . 








9 


No. 500 . 






. 106 


No. 70 . 








68 


No. 504 . 






. 107 


No. 71 . 








69 


No. 505 . 






. 108 


No. 77 . 








10 


No. 508 . 






. 109 


No. 80 . 








76, 77 


No. 518 . 






. 110 


No. 81 , . 








78 


No. 528 . 






. Ill 


No. 82 . 








65 


No. 538 . 






. 112 


No. 85 . . 






80, 81 


No. 600 . 






. 83 


No. 88 . 






11, 16, 17 


No. 608 . . 






. 113 


No. 90 . 






. 74 


No. 628 . . 






. 114 


No. 91 . . 








75 


No. 650 . 






. 115 


No. 105 . . 








90 


No. 699 . . 






. 84 


No. 115 . . 








62 


No. 700 . 






. 85 


No. 117 . . 








62 


No. 701 . . 






. 85 


No. 118 . 








63 


No. 702 . . 






. 86 









Page 


No. 725 67 


No. 750 . 






. . 66 


No. 800 . 






. 24, 26 


No. 800A 






. . 26 


No. 800B 






. . 26 


No. 800C 






. . 26 


No. 800D 






. . 26 


No. 800H 






. 22 


No. 800AH 






. 22 


No. 800BH 






. . 22 


No. 801 . 






25, 26 


No. 801A 






. . 26 


No. 80 IB 






. . 26 


No. 801 C 






. 26 


No. 801D 






. 26 


No. 80 IH 






. 23 


No. 801AH 






. 23 


No. 801 BH 






. 23 


No. 804 . 






30, 31 


No. 804A 






. 31 


No. 804B 






. 31 


No. 804G 






. 31 


No. 804D 






. 31 


No. 805 . 






27, 28. 29 


No. 805A 






. 29 


No. 805B 






. 29 


No. 805C 






. 29^ 


No. 805D 






. 29 


No, 806 . 




27, 


28, 29, 32 


No. 806A 






. 29 


No. 806B 






. 29 


No. 806C 






. 29 


No. 806D 






. 29 


No. 810 . 






34,35 


No. 820 . 






. 33 


No. 830 . 






. 33 


No. 840 . . 






. 54 


No. 841 . 






55 


No. 842 . . 






. 56 


No. 843 . 






. 57 


No. 844 . . 






. 58 



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ANGLE HUACE, No. 120 



Page 
63 



B 



HOLTS 






No. 820 Cliain . 


. 


33 


No. 830 Foot 




33 


I5UMPERS 






No. J6 Ban. Door 




42 


No. 17 Barn Door 




43 


BUTTS 






No. 505 Broad 




108 


No. 508 Liglil Narrou 


Loose Pin 


109 


No. 518 Light Narro^v 


Tight Pin . 


110 


No. 528 Liglu Narrow 


Ball Tip . 


111 


No. 608 Light Reversi 


hie . 


113 


No. 628 Light Ball Ti 


P 


111 


No. 538 Narrow Loos 


E Jiiini 


112 


No. 400 Orimnicntal 




. 93. 94. 95 


No. 420 Ornamt-ntal 




. 97, 98, 99 


No. 450 Ornamental 




101, 102, 103 


No. 480 Ornainentul 


. 


105 


No. 400 Ornamental Cu[]hour(] 


. 93, 94, 95 


No. 420 Ornamental Cupboard . 


. 97, 98, 99 


No, 450 Ornamental Cuphoard 


101, 102, 103 


No. 500 Ball Tip 




106 


No. 504 Reversible 




107 


No, 650 Parliament 


. 


115 



c 

CELLAR WINDOW SETS 

No. 70 68 

No. 71 AutomaiiiT 69 

CORNER IRONS 62 

CUPBOARD TURNS 

No. 699 Oval Knob 81 

No. 700 "T" Knob 85 

No. 701 Round Knob 85 

No. 702 Oval Knob 86 



D 

DOOR HOLDERS 

No. 65 44 

No. 810 Garage 34, 35 

DOOR SETS 

No. 725 Cabinet ....... 67 

No. 800 Garage 24. 26 

No. 800A Garage 26 

No. BOOB Garage 26 

No. 800C Garage 26 

No. aODD Garage 26 

No. 80011 Garage 22 

No. 800AH Garage 22 

No. 800BH Garage 22 



u 

No. 801 Garage . 
No. 801A Garage . 
No. 80 IB Garage . 
No. 801C Garage . 








Page 

. 25, 26 
26 
26 
26 


No. 801 D Garage . 
No. 80111 Garage 








26 

23 


No. 801AII Garage 
No. 801B1I Garage 








23 
21 


No. 804 Garage . 
No. 804A Garage . 








. 30, 31 
31 


No. 804B Garage . 
No. 804C Garage . 








31 
31 


No. 804 D Garage . 








31 


No*. 805 and 806 Garage. 
Sliding and Swinging 
No. 805A Garage . 
No. 805B Garage . 
No. 805C Garage . 








21, 28, 29, 32 
29 
29 
29 


No. 805D Garage . 
No. 806A Garage . 








29 
29 


No, 806B Garage . 
No. 806C Garage . 








29 

29 


No. B06D Garage . 








29 


No, 90 Screen and Slorin 








74 


No. 91 Screen and Slorlil 








75 



FINISHES, WITH THEIR ABBREVIATIONS 

FOOT SCRAPERS 

No. 61 "Self Cleaner" . . . . 

No. 62 "LFpright" . . . . 



64 
64 



H 

HANGERS 

No. 80 Screen and Storm Sash 
No. 81 Screen Hanger . 
No. 82 "Silent" Parlor Door 

BARN DOOR 



. 76, 77 



■Big 4" 


16. 17, 18, 19 


No. 11 "National" Rigid 


20 


No. 12 "National" Rigid 


20 


No, 66 Rigid Storm-Proof . 


8 


No. 67 Storm-Proof .... 


9 


No. 77 Flexible Storm-Proof 


10 


No. 88 Adjustable Storm-Proof . 


11, 16. 17 


HASPS 




Handle Hinge Ila^ij) and .Staple 


46 


Hinge Hasps ..... 


51 


Hasps, Hooks and Staples . 


47 


Hasps and Staples .... 


47 


No. 35 Aulomalic Hai-p and Staple 


46 


No. 33 Extra Heavy Hinge Ha-^p 


50 


No. 30 Safety Ha=p .... 


49 


No. 31 Safety Hasp .... 


49 



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INDEX 



H 

HINGES 

No. 210 Floor Hinge . 
No. 121 Loose Pin Surface . 
No. 811 Offset Garage Hinge 
No. 812 Ornamental Garage lliiig 
No. 843 Offset Garage Hinge 
No. 814 Ornamental Garage Hing 
No. 355 Oriiainenlal Surface 
j\o. 105 Ornanienlal Surfaee 
No. 425 Ornamental Surface 
No. 455 Ornamental Surface 
No. 475 Ornanienlal 
No, 485 Ornamental 
No. 810 Reverfible "T" 
No. 122 Spring Hinge . 
Screw Hook and Strap 
Special . , . • 

Strap 

"T" 



HOOKS 

Hooks and Eyes . 
Hooks and Staples 
Screw - 



LATCHES. DOOR 
No. 24 Collage 
No. 25 Swinging . 
No. 27 Swinging . 
No. 28 "Washburne" SHdii 
No. 29 All-Sleel . 

LOCK, No, 600 SASH 



Page 

72, 73 
115 
55 
56 
57 
58 
104 
92 
96 
100 
101 
105 
54 
116 
60 
61 
52 
33 

B2 
48 
60 



36 

37 

38 

39 

40. 41 

83 



PADLOCK EYES. No. 40 . 

PULLS, DOOR 
No. 4 . 
No. 5 Heavy 
No. 6 Extra Heavy 
No. 200 Pressed Steel 

PULLS. DRAWER 
No. 205 
No. 150 Dar . 
No. 160 Bar . 
No. 105 Crescent . 
No. 200 Pressod Steel 

PUSH PLATES 

No. 220 . . . 

No. 225 Beveled Edge 



M 

MENDING PLATE. No. 118 . • • • • ^^ 

METHOD OF DISTRIBUTION . • • * 

METHODS OF HANGING DOORS TO PASS EACH ^_ 

OTHER 

METHODS OF PACKING ^ 

General Description 

o 
With Screws ..■-■• 

Slorm-Proof Hangers . • ■ • • • 

Slorm-Proof Rail 

"Big 4" Hangers . • • • " ^^^ 

Hinge Hasps ^^ 

No. 29 AR-Steel Latch ..••'• 

Strap and "T' Hinges in Boxes . ■ ■ ■ 

MODELS j^ 

"B'g'*" • • '.16 

No. 88 Slorm-Proof ^^ 

No. 806 Garage Door Set 



R 

RAIL 

"Braced" . . . • 

Storin-Proof . 

Storni-Proof, Sectional View- 



Page 

32 



45 
45 

45 
90 

91 

89 
89 
90 
90 

70 
71 



21 

12, 14 
13 



; 



s 

SASH LIFTS 

No. 150 Bar 

No- 160 Bar • gg 

No. 140 Flush 

No. 130 Hook g^ 

No. 135 Beveled . 

SCREEN LIFT, No. 210 "^^ 

SCREENANDSTORMSASIIADJUSTER.no. B5 . 80.81 

SCREW, No. 300 STOP BEAD . ■ • ^'^ 

SHEBARDIZING " 

SPRING, PERFECT DOOR AND GATE . ■ 8^ 
STAPLES 

— : : « 

Steel 

STAY ROLLER, No. 18 '^^ 

T 

TIE PLATE, No. 119 

TURNBUCKLES ^^ 

No. 195 Screen Door 

No. 196 Screen Door 

w 

WASHERS, STEEL " 

WINDOW FASTENER, No. 750 CASEMENT . 66 



120 




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