Window Glazing

A handy person from Woodbury says:
Pics 4412-13 show what the glazing looks like on an identical window.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

We might be able to help replace this glazing, but I am afraid the only way to identify what you have is to remove a sample and compare its end profile to our selection here. The video below shows how to remove and replace glazing bead.

A handy person from Woodbury says:
Best I could do without cracking glazing

Are you able to ascertain the model type from these pictures?
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

That edge makes me think of the 55-076, or perhaps the 55-011. Compare both beads with your old one to see if either matches up. 

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