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Aug 29 2017

ID Please

Category: Historical,Locks & KeysLori @ 1:38 pm Comments (9)
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An iDigHardware reader needs your help identifying this lock!  Any ideas?

  

9 Responses to “ID Please”

  1. Cda says:

    Boat lock?!

  2. Terry Crump says:

    It’s a rim lock. But I can’t quite make out the name on the key cylinder–it’s likely to be the same manufacturer. The slot-head screws indicate that it might be from the 50’s or older.

  3. Vincent Chestnut says:

    Yes, it’s a rim lock, but which one?
    The cylinder looks like a small format interchangeable core.
    The rim cylinder could be replaced with another if they wanted to rekey the lock.

  4. Rich says:

    Us old guys in the shop are leaning toward something from the Folger Adam basement. Latch profile and knob rose profile are similar to old Sargent or Corbin/Russwin. Good “Tuesday test” question.

  5. Pete Schifferli says:

    Nothing that is extant as far as I know.

  6. Timothy Perry says:

    It’s maybe a old Legge rim nightlatch from England…..

  7. Carl says:

    It’s been awhile but I have seen these used as a day lock on the inner door of a safe deposit vault, but for the life of me I can’t remember who manufactured them.

  8. Curt Norton, CSI CCS says:
  9. Richard McKie says:

    It wouldn’t be an old Sargent&Greenleaf lock would it?
    We have some old S&G 1950’s panic bars and the latch looks very similar

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