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Model 85355.150.RENT

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Estate Collection Stonegate Single Cylinder Satin Nickel Right-Handed Handleset with Classic Lever

Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Satin Nickel
  • Venetian Bronze

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Baldwin Images Collection Stonegate Single Cylinder Satin Nickel Right-Handed Handleset with Classic Lever is ideal for exterior doors where keyed entry is desired. The handleset features durable forged-brass construction with a modern-looking satin nickel finish and includes hardware for convenient installation.

  • Adjustable latch and deadbolt fit most standard exterior residential door preparations
  • For use on exterior doors where keyed entry is required
  • Right-handed design
  • Solid forged-brass construction for durability
  • Crisp, clean appearance of the satin nickel finish provides a modern look
  • Can be locked or unlocked with a key on the outside or with a turn button on the inside
  • 1 in. square-corner plate provides durability
  • Hardware included for easy installation
  • 2 keys included
  • Meets ANSI grade 2 specifications

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Picture looks like a left handled set, My door on inside swings from left to right

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The doors are handed by the hinge location from the exterior side of the door. If the hinges are on the right then it is a right hand. If the hinges are on the left then it is a left hand. The lock in the photo below is a right hand.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A little pricey but well worth it This is a serious piece of hardware. Solid, heavy, with nice lever action. It makes a door look twice as expensive. November 5, 2013
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