National Geographic : 1922 Jun
Good Buildin s Deserve Good Hardware '-"~T2~-Z The Corbin Unit Lock with the keyhole in the Knob is Good Hardware A carpenter can install five to eight Corbin Unit Locks in the time it takes to install one of any other kind of lock W ITH the Corbin Unit Lock, there is no groping in the dark-no guessing at the probable distance of the keyhole from the knob. As you grasp the knob, the keyhole comes to meet you. There is no better lock for a door than the Corbin Unit Lock. It is Good Hardware. The first ones made have been in service for more than twenty years and show no signs of wearing out. The Corbin Unit Lock is, as the name implies, a com plete unit. Lock, screwless knobs and escutcheons leave the factory in one assembly, a single unit ready to be applied to the door. In the opinion of architects and building contractors, it is the lock for hollow metal doors. In a fine range of designs, it is finding its way onto front and other outside doors of residences. When you build, don't overlook the security, the sim plicity, the strength, the smooth dependable action and unequaled convenience of the Corbin Unit Lock. The host of friends this lock has won is evidence of a growing appreciation of the idea that good buildings deserve good hardware. Write for literatureabout the Corbin Unit Lock "with the keyhole in the knob" and for local Corbin dealer's name. P. & F. CORBIN SINCE NEWBRITAIN P.& F.C R N 1849 CONNECTICUT The American HardwareCorporation, Successor NEW YORK CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA I Corbin Unit Locks are made in a wide range of designs and finishes architectur ally appropriate for office buildings, ho tels,public buildings and residences.