Shown: Emtek Two Point Lockset Single Cylinder with Waverly Key in Knob in Pewter Finish

Annapolis Two Point Lock

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  • Can be ordered with any Key in Knob or Lever Style
  • Sold as complete set. Includes latch and strike plates
  • Rope Key in Knob/Lever not available in US4, US14 & US19
  • Supplied upon request for Hollow-Core Doors
  • Full-Lip Strike Plate
  • For pricing information, contact any EMTEK® dealer

Available Functions

  • Double Cylinder
  • Dummy
  • Single Cylinder
  • Standard door thickness: 1-1/4" - 2"
  • Inside passage half spindle
  • 1" wood screws
  • Threaded tubes and machine screws


Knob and Lever

Annapolis For the Rest of Us

Emtek's Annapolis One and Two Point Locksets pay homage to the historic charm of Maryland's capital city. Inspired by the maritime heritage and colonial architecture of Annapolis, these locksets feature a traditional arched profile, seamlessly complementing an array of traditional and transitional knob or lever designs in 10 finishes. The refined profile of the backplate not only enhances the aesthetic appeal but also offers a secure and stylish two-point locking option, for added security or a simple and minimal single point with a keyed knob or lever.

One and Two Point Annapolis locks are available in 3 functions: single cylinder (key cylinder with thumbturn on the inside), double cylinder (keyed on both sides) or dummy.

Annapolis Single Point Lock

Prefer a nonkeyed or a standard keyed sideplate version of this style?

Delaware Sideplate

Two Point Locksets

Similar to our Sideplate options and an alternative to a separate deadbolt and keyed lever combination, a two point lock includes 2 keyed points of entry in the same plate. Two Point Locks have a standard 5-1/2" center to center, can be keyed alike or separately, and look great paired with our new Emtek Select Key in Lever styles.


To determine the handing of your door:

  • Stand at the exterior side of the door in question, facing towards the inside.
  • Take note of which side of the door the hinges are on.
    • If the hinges are on the left side, then the door and the hardware should be left handed.
    • If the hinges are on the right side, then the door and the hardware should be right handed.

Learn more about handing here:

Understanding Handing