Originally posted by 5banger
Try sending them to Heritage Woodworks.
They have a solid reputation for restoring these trim pieces. Cheers, Andrew Seidel.
Also, Drew (the owner) has lots of "pre-owned" spare wood pieces if some of your pieces are not serviceable. Also, important to note: I'm pretty sure that you can order new old stock (NOS) on a lot of those pieces. If not, I know that there are some independents that have some NOS laying around . . .