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  1. #1
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    Default R.M.Patrick Salamander Safe

    This is a safe that had a lost key but the family had a picture of the key. The safe is a 1854 R.M.Salamander cast iron fire with flat key. I made a key and than found the original key is the safe. The safe and key have matching serial numbers. enjoy the picture Tim

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    Glad you got the pictures sorted Tim, always enjoy seeing those oldies, the moldings, finials and trim make them that bit more ornate than our British equivalents. Love the key btw.
    Huw

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