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  1. #1
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    Can you date this hardware pull?

    I found this Sunday night in an old farmyard. Nothing spectacular, but it has a mark on the back of the wreath pull that appears to say:

    PRG(?)840

    Anyone good at looking up cabinet hardware to find the date? I am just curious.

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    Re: Can you date this hardware pull?

    I can't directly but, to me it looks 1920-40ish

  3. #3
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    1851 O Half Dime

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    Re: Can you date this hardware pull?

    Any hardware experts about the forum?

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  5. #5
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    Dec 2004
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    Re: Can you date this hardware pull?

    Here is a bunch of different drawer hardware. http://robinsonsantiques.com/drawer-...pulls.htm#ring

    Looks 1890's to 1930's from the styles shown on the link I posted.

 

 

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