Several companies, including well-known hardware companies like Stanley, made hinges for the various companies who made the Indiana free-standing cabinets. Some of the best known brands of these cabinets were Hoosier, Sellers, McDougall, Napanee, etc. Today, we simply say “Hoosier cabinet,” meaning any cabinet made from 1905 to the late 1920s coming from Indiana.
This steel hinge is from one of those various hardware companies, and it was used for any one of the above free-standing cabinets. This original hinge is steel and appears to never have been painted. It is as is.
The longer wing of the hinge, that mounts on the door, measures 1 1/2 inches long and 1 1/4 inches wide. It is off set by 3/8 inch from the other half of the hinge. The smaller wing, that attaches to the cabinet frame, measures 3/8 inches deep and 1 1/4 inches wide.
Screws are included.
We suggest using old hinges such as this one as is. When people paint original hinges, they are no longer authentic-looking and lose their antique appeal.