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    Brass Trigger guard identification

    Hey guys, does anyone have any idea what this trigger guard came off of?
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    not a trigger guard. Like Indian Steve said, it could be a window latch...
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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    I believe they called them casement windows and it does look like the latch for such...
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    I had to think long and hard, but I do think a casement window latch is correct, but it is a very old one.
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    Window latch for sure. Still an interesting recovery.
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    I'm sure that's a window latch I've seen many like that working on old homes
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