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Unknown Curtis Blanks

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bitbuster

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Post Mon Nov 28, 2016 7:59 pm

Unknown Curtis Blanks

During my inspection of the Curtis 2000K and full Curtis key rack which I got from last auction, I came upon 3 Curtis Canada blanks I hadn't seen before. I have checked my Curtis 1975 and 1982 key book and a Cole 1988 key book and found no results. The blanks are BV-4, BV-5, RS-1. Any info??
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Spyder

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Post Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:32 am

Re: Unknown Curtis Blanks

Can you post a pic? A friend of mine is the sole curtis rep left in Canada... he may have some info, I'll hit him up tomorrow or wed, but a pic may help also.
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mastersmith

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Post Tue Nov 29, 2016 3:16 am

Re: Unknown Curtis Blanks

BV4- Ilco 1036S , V5- Ilco 1036U , both Belleville
RS1- Ilco M64, Metal Rouseau
I found these all in the 2004 Ilco Key Blank Directory. I hope it helps.
Mark
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bitbuster

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Post Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:57 pm

Re: Unknown Curtis Blanks

mastersmith wrote:BV4- Ilco 1036S , V5- Ilco 1036U , both Belleville
RS1- Ilco M64, Metal Rouseau
I found these all in the 2004 Ilco Key Blank Directory. I hope it helps.
Mark

....and there sat my Ilco '92 catalog that I didn't check that contained the info I sought. Thanks Mark.
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