Window hardware replacement for my craftsman bungalow

A quick learner from Pasadena, CA says:
Hi, I just purchased a 1920's craftsman style bungalow. I am looking to replace all of the window hardware. Attached are 4 images. One of them shows how long they are with a tape measure. If you can recommend any other hardware that should be used with these windows, such as locks, I would appreciate it too. Thanks!
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting! Please take a look at our 39-268. Does that look like a match? Let me know what you think!
A quick learner from Pasadena, CA says:
Yes, it looks like a match! Do you have matching casement window locks so I may secure the windows?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
We don't have anything that specifically goes with our 39-268, but we may have something for you. Could we see a few pictures of your existing casement locks?
A quick learner from Woodside, CA says:
Hello, I would appreciate your help with the same problem: a casement window like the one pictured above that lacks a lock. It is a single window that operates with the 39-268 crank, with the window moving counter-clockwise to swing open. Do you have anything that can be used to lock this window to the sash or jamb? Thank you.
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Donna from SWISCO responded:
Sure, how about our 90-152? This is a fastener used on wood casement windows.
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