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  1. #1
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    Default old unusual levers

    Found in a scrap bin and curious to know what locks they belonged to, anyone have any ideas?
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    Not seen them, but guess some sort of latch; from having 2 bellies, possibly a 2-keyhole MK lock. Gibbons, and Kaye, both made 2-keyhole locks in Britain, also Lips in Netherlands. That's as far as I can offer.

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    I wasn't sure if the flat middle part was the lever belly, I would have guessed at some sort of safe deposit type lock, but it would be pure guesswork.

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