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« on: November 18, 2017, 10:35:40 am »
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I posted pics of two locks that were found at my "coinless site" I have disassembled both the small one is "all" brass inside and out all cast brass, but there is no makers name on it ! such a well made item would not have been the only one of its type made and cant find it on the internet....The other "Yale" lock is a piece of engineering.
I also found a spoon with heavy silver plate "Oneida plate" possibly 1920s, "THE GENERAL BROCK"  was/is a hotel in Niagara.....HH....Johnnn

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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2017, 11:54:35 am »
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John with more photo's we may be able to zero in on a least the maker. 

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That's a great site Homefire, I see the Yale lock but not the smaller brass one I have a mission now got to find it...Thanks...HH..Johnnn

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That old square lock is the kind I have found a couple of pennies in before.  None valuable but a fun find anyway!    Great

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