These were the original lights at the doors. They may have been homemade as they were cedar like the siding with white plastic covers. They were much the worse for wear, with the wood cracking and breaking and the lights filled with old wasp nests and dead moths.
I found a set of two of these lights on craigslist for $60 which was a little more than I wanted to pay but I was the first responder to the ad and I wanted them at $30 each it was reasonable if not cheap. They are light sensitive and have the on at dusk off at dawn feature.
I was lucky to find a third light on clearance at Home Depot for about $50. These lights were normally $99. Not only is it a perfect match, it has the instructions for setting the movement time on and the on at dusk feature.
Each light is near a door. This is the now bedroom door under the overhang.
This is the light next to the front door.
The existing light at the garage is an iron color instead of bronze, but it was the inspiration for the new “coach” lights.
A small job but one that improves the appearance of the house. Too bad they stuccoed around the original fixtures.