A Persian lock in the form of a lion,th Century the brass lion with its tail coiled back over its back, with a steel key to the front -- 2¾in. (7cm.) long overall.
Bronze padlock. Russia and the Steppe. 11-14 centuries. Padlock in the form of animal figures have been known since ancient Rome. This padlock is astate. The padlock is made of two bronze parts brazed with solder. The padlock springs are made of steel. Two keys are included with the lock. Size about 4 * 4.5 cm
Iron and brass padlock with rotary key, India, 19th century. Dimensions: 13 x 7 x 1.5 cm.
classic steel Esfahan locks with bent-spring mechanisms, 17th-18th centuries.
Roman Padlock with Hasp 3rd,4th century AD. A bronze lock with U-shaped hasp, hinged female mask cover-plate. 25.36 grams, 31.32mm. Property of a collector acquired in the late 1990s
Steel birds with bent-spring mechanisms, 17th-18th centuries.
4th-6th century CE. One side depicts a human male head and the second side the bust of a woman, which is a rare combination. The shackle is missing.
4th-6th century CE. Both sides depict the head of a goat. The shackle is missing.