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Drop in Lock with strike

Full Mortise Lock

Product Info
  • Sold each
  • Supplied with one Antique-bronze finish steel key.
  • Material: Steel
  • Use on drawers or doors hinged on right
  • Keyhole-covers not-included as furniture style dictates keyhole-cover design
  • Insert Escutcheons:#0242,#0237 or #0253  can be used with this lock

Lock Size

Full Mortise Locks are reproduced in a limited amount of sizes. Thus, exactly matching old locks is not always possible. Our entire lock collection is displayed on this site.

  • Backset-Distance To Pin: 3/4"
  • Overall: 1" x 1-1/2", 5/16" Thick
  • Selvedge: 3/8" x 2-1/8"
  • Brass Strike Plate: 3/8" x 2-1/8"
  • Bolt Projection: 1/4"
  • Key Size: Barrel: 3/16" D x 1-3/8", 2-5/16" Overall Length, Key-bit Height: 3/8"

Drop In Locks with 3/4" backset, are authentic replacements for furniture made in the 1900's. Use on drawers and doors hinged on the right. Designed to drop into a pocket cut by a router or machine. Once installed lock should fit tightly. It will be encased with wood on both sides only selvedge edge will show. 

This is a very reasonably priced lock, as such: locking mechanism is average, not as smooth as finer made brass locks, yet is serviceable. Made in Asia.

Replacing Full Mortise Locks

Keyhole location measurement is critical. Replacement lock-keyhole-location must match location of keyhole in furniture.

To measure: easiest to measure old lock, if you have it:

  • Lock Keyhole Location: distance between selvedge-edge - where bolt shoots through, to lock pin. This measurement is known as the backset.
  • Furniture Keyhole Cutout Location: distance between furniture-edge to estimated location of lock pin in furniture keyhole.

For help measuring and selecting full mortise locks, we recommend readingHow to select, measure and install full mortise cabinet locks.


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