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Ancient Style Padlocks The spring barb padlock. Started by: {Brian Morland}
Keys as Symbols The key has evolved into a powerful symbol representing things that are most important to us. Started by: {Brian Morland}
Safe Plates of the World A cataloge of plates Badges and Escutcheons. Started by: {merlin47}
Chubbs No.3 Bank Lock A complex and rare lock designed for one purpose - to defeat A.C.Hobbs. Started by: {oldlock}
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