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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Country: United States

    Default Last deal fell apart... Got this instead! Need some pro info?

    Last deal fell apart. Picked up this and I'm excited as its my first safe. What can you pros tell me about it? Model? Year made? Anything is great! Also I need a new handle.... anyone have one laying around? Thanks!!!!
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Hartford CT
    Country: United States

    Default Diebold

    Well I'm no pro, but I can tell you it's a Diebold Records Safe. Most likely a UL Class A or B (2 or 4 hr fire rating) / UL T-20 (burglary rating). It does not have the original lock, (well dial anyway), and unfortunately it has been drilled open.

    Parts are scarce and very expensive for these transitional pressed steel safes (you won't find any laying around). I might have a handle arbor for your inactive door.


    Does anyone have a sales catalog for these models?


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