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Medieval Padlock, Medium

#802184
$29.00

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Overview


The ancient style of pancake lock was in use for hundreds of years and became popular with the Post Office when mail and money was transported in the Old West by stage or rail.  Perfect to keep your treasure or prisoner secure.  All steel construction.  Each is hand made and antiqued to look and function as the originals.  Keep your dungeon secure.  Includes one key. Large Padlock also available.
  • Overall: Approx. 3-1/2" wide, 3-3/4" tall.

Reviews


Lock does NOT work. Will be sending it back. Not happy.
From: JJ, March 19, 2016
I like it.  I just wish the key had a limit to it.  You can turn the key all the way around in the lock. So if you turn it a little too far it doesn't unlock it.  Not a huge deal, and it's probably historically accurate this way.  Just frustrating a little.
From: Jon, March 15, 2016
My pirate loot chest has never looked better, and now it's secure!
From: Kevin , March 01, 2016

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