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    • Door hook

    • Door hook

    • Hardware

    • This is a wrought iron door hook, one of two pieces used to latch a door. The second piece of the latch is the eye, into which the hook is placed to secure a door so it cannot swing open.
    • Skeleton key

    • Skeleton key

    • Keys (Hardware)

    • This large skeleton key is believed to be from the Nacogdoches, Texas, jail. The skeleton key has a long shaft, a simple bit, and an oval bow which is held while inserting the key into a lock.
    • Lock and key

    • Lock and key

    • Keys (Hardware); Locks (Hardware)

    • This corroded heart shaped lock and key set is similar to a railroad switch lock. It is a portable lock with a curved shackle used to secure property.
    • Lock and key

    • Lock and key

    • Locks (Hardware); Keys (Hardware)

    • The rectangular metal lock is rusted, and is accompanied by a two pronged key. The faceplate of the lock has holes for mounting.
    • Lock and key

    • Lock and key

    • Locks (Hardware); Keys (Hardware)

    • This rectangular shaped metal lock is accompanied by a key and a mounting hinge that has been painted white. The faceplate of the lock has holes for mounting. The lock is believed to be from the old jail in Douglass, Texas.
    • Walnut washstand with mirror

    • Walnut washstand with mirror

    • Washstands; Mirrors; Furniture

    • This walnut Victorian washstand has a marble top and an ornately framed adjustable mirror. The dresser has two drawers, and below are two doors concealing a storage compartment. Door and drawer hardware is missing from this piece that is...

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