Sliding Door latch/locking mechanism

A quick learner from Lakewood, Colorado says:

This is very similar to one of your locks. This is a Amesbury door lock, patent # 6.264.252 and 5.820.170. It's a dual latch and the holes are 12" from center to center. The assembly is one inch wide. It has APR 09 inscribed on one side. I am not able to find it on your website. Please advise. Your help will be very appreciated.

Frank

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

This mortise lock resembles our 82-260. Look over the dimensions to confirm it matches up. For a new handle set, see either our Keyed 82-087 or 82-090.

82-260 : Multi-Point Mortise Lock with Pocket Plate, 12
Multi-Point Mortise Lock with Pocket Plate, 12"
82-260
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82-107 : Sliding Door Latch Lever Kit
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82-087 : Legacy Keyed Handle Set, 3-15/16
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82-087
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82-090 : Legacy Handle Set, 3-15/16
Legacy Handle Set, 3-15/16" (1-1/8" to 2-1/2")
82-090
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