This unusual pair of old hinges are listed for a left-hand door. They could, however, is used on a right-hand door by flipping the mortise wing and pin. The design would be pointing down instead of up. The hinges were made by the National Mfg. Company of Rockford, Illinois around the 1920s. They have the flashed copper treatment.
The flashed copper treatment did not fair well through the years. On this pair, one hinge shows the copper and black flashing well, but the other hinge is somewhat rough. They are an original pair. Their shape is what is hard to find and is quite unique.
The mortise wing measures 3 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches. The fancy wing measures 3 1/2 inches by 3 inches at the widest point. The hinge pin is a steeple-style.
We have cleaned and oiled this pair. They are ready for use. Screws will be provided.