Here is the brochure for that Safe.
Used to see a lot of those Rosengrens pressed steel keys, but the ones we saw always fitted the cylinder locks. Have never see those keys applied to a lever lock style like your one before- perhaps...
Interesting piece, looking forward to photos of it open.
Thanks for the info Pete,
looking on the back, the logo is the second one on the sheet, which puts it in the 1884-1909 period.
Ok everyone... I pick this "hand safe" up at a clearing sale a few weekends ago. No key, but with a bit of fiddling with the dials, it popped open and to my surprise it was full of ca$h (just kidding...
No luck with any parts from James.
he suggested I call Mr. Chizler.
Pete-no inserts...hmmm...It's possible my machine has been
I've attached some pics.
The tower has many shark...
I am pretty sure those old machines are still sitting on a shelf, collecting dust at the office.
There is a brief history of the NC&StL here:
Perhaps their Preservation Society could help with your lock?