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  1. #1
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    Default Legge Rim Cylinder for Night Latches

    I didn't know I had this cylinder as looking at the key its marked 'Made in England'. Also it has PAT. NO 630057. I looked up the PAT. NO. and that's how I found out it's Legge CO. This is first time seeing PAT. NO. on cylinder. Date 08-11-1947. Company open in 1881 under name J. Legge CO. As far as the key blank, I'm still looking for it and I'm sure most would agree it looks close to a Yale key. Trying to get information on blanks from England. Have not come up with anything yet....Timothy.....
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Legge Company Pat NO. 630057 Lock England 1.jpg   Legge Company Pat NO. 630057 Lock England 3.jpg   Legge Company Pat NO. 630057 Lock England 4.jpg   Legge Company Pat NO. 630057 Lock England 2.jpg   Legge Company Pat NO. 630057 Lock England 5.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy View Post
    I didn't know I had this cylinder as looking at the key its marked 'Made in England'. Also it has PAT. NO 630057. I looked up the PAT. NO. and that's how I found out it's Legge CO. This is first time seeing PAT. NO. on cylinder. Date 08-11-1947. Company open in 1881 under name J. Legge CO. As far as the key blank, I'm still looking for it and I'm sure most would agree it looks close to a Yale key. Trying to get information on blanks from England. Have not come up with anything yet....Timothy.....
    The blank is common enough over here- but you already have one -what is the problem?
    They originally came with a variety of stampings including "Willen" and a three legged logo similar to the isle of man logo

  3. #3
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    Default Legge Rim Cylinder

    Tom was no problem. Just hoping maybe someone has picture of original key from Legge. I'm sure someone may have catalog of this key blank. As we don't see very many antique key blank from England. ...Timothy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltgbk View Post
    Tom was no problem. Just hoping maybe someone has picture of original key from Legge. I'm sure someone may have catalog of this key blank. As we don't see very many antique key blank from England. ...Timothy.
    Over here we wouldn't call Legge stuff antique but here are some newer and older ones
    regards
    Tom

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