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Pmatias

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Post Mon Feb 04, 2019 5:58 pm

I need help to identify this padlock

I need help to find any information about this. Y ll thank you [img][img][/img][/img]
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bitbuster

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Post Mon Feb 04, 2019 8:36 pm

Re: I need help to identify this padlock

You can scroll the 800+ pages and/or also ask on http://www.antique-locks.com forum. (Not saying you won't get the answer on KP forum)
https://www.antiquesnavigator.com/antiq ... guide.html
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MHM

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Post Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:42 am

Re: I need help to identify this padlock

Looks home made. I'm guessing all you've got to do is align those big cutouts on the spindles and it opens?
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Pmatias

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Post Thu Feb 07, 2019 6:23 pm

Re: I need help to identify this padlock

[quote="bitbuster"]You can scroll the 800+ pages and/or also ask on http://www.antique-locks.com forum. (Not saying you won't get the answer on KP forum)
https://www.antiquesnavigator.com/antiq ... guide.html[/quotethank you for that information, I’ll look the page
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Pmatias

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Post Thu Feb 07, 2019 6:27 pm

Re: I need help to identify this padlock

MHM wrote:Looks home made. I'm guessing all you've got to do is align those big cutouts on the spindles and it opens?

Yes just aligning is open like the pictures
Any info about edge or place to origin?
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Squelchtone

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Post Thu Feb 07, 2019 6:44 pm

Re: I need help to identify this padlock

PMatias, where are you from? Your lock is probably from your own country and hand made as others already suggested.

http://antique-locks.com forum would probably have better answers for you. (as already suggested, please go ask them)

Where did you find or buy the padlock? Has it been in your family for many years? It could be made any time in the last 50 to 150 years, but I am not a metal or patina expert.

Squelchtone
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Pmatias

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Post Thu Feb 07, 2019 9:45 pm

Re: I need help to identify this padlock

Squelchtone wrote:PMatias, where are you from? Your lock is probably from your own country and hand made as others already suggested.

http://antique-locks.com forum would probably have better answers for you. (as already suggested, please go ask them)

Where did you find or buy the padlock? Has it been in your family for many years? It could be made any time in the last 50 to 150 years, but I am not a metal or patina expert.

Squelchtone


Thank you, I’m in Argentina and the padlock was find for a friend and I don’t know anything more

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