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    These pics are from the brochure. I purposely left them big for clarity. BTW there is at least one paper clip imprint in the door jamb. Doug
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    You are the best Doug, thanks so much for sharing :)

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    I'll second that- BIG thanks for sharing.

    I'm amazed you had a brochure, and even more amazed to see a pic which actually shows the frame being machined!
    Have to admit a smug sense of relief to see it was done on the same vertical mill as the door!
    I didn't know for sure but figured that's how it would have been done.

    Thanks to dicey as well- few pics of the door ever give a sense of it's size- that side-on pic with the guy stood next to it is amazing and I haven't seen it before, so thanks for sharing as i I forgot to say in the message

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    Doug, any chance you could scan and post the entire brochure?

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    I only have a Xerox copy but I will post the other pictures in it.

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    It is amazing what we have seen so far I would say

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    Great thread- We're off on hols today so before I go, here's some better pics of the model I used as my avatar-
    Will catch up in couple of weeks time
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    WoW nice one Max! :)

    I know that Mosler made a small working round vault door once also with a small vault room and a gate. It stands in the office of one of grand grand sons I believe in New York. Have seen the picture online once but can't find it now...

    Your model does not work or?

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    Here you go. First set of pics
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    And the second/
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