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Door Hardware/Levers--gold, PDQ commercial grade, 5 locking/2 passage - $68 (Johnston)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: PDQ
We recently replaced all of the door & cabinet hardware at our small business in Johnston to match some other remodeling we've done. I am hoping the old hardware can find a good home, since the person who originally picked out everything here always had to have "the best" -- so we're guessing the hardware we've taken off is of good & solid quality, even after 20 years. I do know they are VERY HEAVY! And pretty big, especially the rosette-piece that sits against the door itself.

The door knobs (levers, actually) are PDQ brand. They are definitely commercial-grade, & although I can't tell you exactly which model these are -- perhaps none of the current line -- but just to give you some idea:

https://www.pdqlocks.com/products#mechanical-locks.cylindrical-locks.grade-1

And ours look in particular a lot like this, except in gold:
https://www.pdqlocks.com/products/gt?hsLang=en

There are a total of 7 door levels -- 5 are locking (push-button lock, key unlock) & 2 are passageway (no locks). Of the 5 locking, 3 are keyed together, 1 is keyed separate, 1 is keyed separate. I do have ALL the keys, several actually for the group of 3 all keyed alike.

Note, 1 of the handles (keyed separately) is actually not PDQ but Baldwin brand. I believe it was a door we added later & perhaps couldn't find an exact PDQ match at the time. The finish is the same & the style is similar, just a bit more curved; it's shown separately in the last 3 pictures.

For each set, we have the lever itself, the strike plate, & the tumbler/cylinder (& all various screws). Forgive me for not knowing the exact terms for some of these things! But basically everything needed to use them. The only thing we did NOT do was replace the hinges. There is one extra strike plate / tumbler set also.

All of the knobs are in great shape; a few of the strike plates could probably use a good polish & then maybe two of the strike plates shows some rubbing wear from doors that perhaps settled & rubbed a little over time. But we were actively using every one of them up until they day we did the replacement (at least as active as office of 3 people can be), so they're all in working condition.

Note, if there is some measurement or technical spec I am not mentioning here that you need, just let me know. Carpentry & doors are obviously not my profession, so there might well be important details I'm leaving out -- so just ask!

Thanks for looking.

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