5 Barrels each stamped with letters A to Z. With nearly 12 million possible combinations.
The code is set to KUCHI which is the nick name of my doughter SHAY. ( The letter U replace by V )
Twenty five letters (no X)
This little gem was to put on the leash of a very special dog. It is brass and 1 inch long. The lock opens when you push and turn the button. It could be worn as a pendant. C. 1900.
A wonderful tiny working brass padlock with key Carved floral design Victorian or Edwardian period Most likely made for use on a charm bracelet Brass with steel rivets Approximately: 14.5mm tall x 10.3mm wide x 4.6mm depth 10.6mm key length 2.2g in weight (including key) General usage wear, knocks and marks Shown for scale next to a UK 1 Pence coin
These were made in Germany during the Third Reich and the "J" on the combination dials was purposely omitted so that you could not spell the word "JEW" or "JUDE on the dials. The Nazi's did not want anything connected to anything they made that referenced Jews in any way----even on a combination dial.
padlock was patented in 1895 by the Walsall Locks &Cart Gear Ltd.
Rare Antique Push Button Lock Patented 1873 & 1876 Henry Clarke lock. In good condition for the age. The lock does function and locks and unlocks. Code is written on the back. Has some dings on the lock but nothing major and really cool Unique piece
Tyack Combination Bicycle Lock, made by the C. H. Stoelting Manufacturing Company in Chicago. It has a patent date of December 31, 1895, stamped on the back.
Permutation Padlock that was patented on New Years Day, 1895
This is a great early padlock that is very hard to find. It is a Josiah J. Deal, of Canton, Ohio Permutation Padlock that was patented on New Years Day, 1895. The lock works beautifully, and I took photos of it completely disassembled for you lock collectors that have never seen one apart. This combination can be set to many different combinations by switching the discs around, or turning them over. This lock is a little more complex than just a basic stack in that it has recessed cuts in the di
PAT. APRIL 21, 1885. 7/8" diameter. Brass case. Brass shackle. Brass dials. There is one dial on either side of the lock. Mfg by: Frederick Egge. Patent # 316345.
Chinese FOO DOG, Ornate Bronze/Brass Padlock
3 wheels, and 3 washers. The trick is that not only the wheels have to line up correctly, the washers need to be in position as well
Antique GIANT Six Wheel 19th Combination Padlock
Rare large combination padlock made for- and used by the Czechoslovakian National Railways, 14,4x8x3,5cm
. Marked K.K. Nordbahn direktion, Wien N.D. Magazin IX. Used for locking valuable railway cargo by the Czech railways. Each padlock had a unique code and the code was sent to the receiver of the cargo thus providing security of delivery. The cryptograph of the padlock has 1600 possible locking combinations. Patented by Frantishek Zitko on 24th July 1919 in Prague. Serial number: 1038 Very well preserved. In working condition! Works very smoothly. You can lock and unlock it using the code.
Very often the combination spells a religious word or name, such as that of Ali, the first of the Twelve Imams (or divinely guided spiritual leaders) of Twelver Shi'ism. Date range: 16th-20th centuries
An antique very rare combination brass and iron large padlock. Very good condition, beautiful patina. Dim: 12 cm x 13 cm