Faux glazing bar window clips

A home owner from Northern Virginia says:
I am a member of the military who recently moved into a new home, which was built around 1985 and still has the original windows, which have a faux glazing bar to give it a "colonial" appearance. The faux glazing bars are currently attached to the window sash/frame via small plastic clips, which have a square 5/8 inch opening for the faux glazing bar and connect to the frame via a 1/8 round peg which goes into a small hole on the window sash/frame. Over time, these clips have rotted/broken and the fauz glazing bars keep falling out and breaking, especially whenever the window opens or closes. I'm currently looking to order about 100 replacement clips. If you need any additional information, please let me know. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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Donna from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting, Bob. Have you seen our 55-184 Clear Grille Clip? It appears to resemble your own hardware. Please compare the two and let me know what you think.
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