This beautiful pair of flashed copper cabinet hinges were used from 1900 to the 1920s. They are half mortise. This means that the smaller wing is chiseled into or fit into the frame of the door, while the wider wing is on the door and exposed. (It is not a flat hinge.) The exposed wing is beveled.
This pair measures 2 inches vertically. The wing that is secured to the door is one inch wide; the wing that is against the frame is 7/8 inch wide.
The pair is in very good shape. They are loose and ready to be used. Screws will be included.