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    Default How about this for an Antique Padlock Hasp..

    Have been a regular visitor to Tenby in Pembrokeshire for many years, but only just (finally) got the chance to pop up into the Napoleonic Fort on the small tidal island of St. Catherine's Rock.

    Actually very little in there to see, but was worth it to see this alone.
    Fitted on the inside of one leaf of the main entrance doors, it's about three foot long and the top hasp pivot is a few inches in diameter- it's pretty chunky!

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    clearYup this one we sell is only 36" by 2.5"



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    Have been a regular visitor to Tenby in Pembrokeshire for many years, but only just (finally) got the chance to pop up into the Napoleonic Fort on the small tidal island of St. Catherine's Rock.

    Actually very little in there to see, but was worth it to see this alone.
    Fitted on the inside of one leaf of the main entrance doors, it's about three foot long and the top hasp pivot is a few inches in diameter- it's pretty chunky!

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    Tom yours looks like one of the modern Kirkpatrick bars, it might be three foot long and 2.5 inches wide but I'd be surprised if it's more than about 5 or 6mm thick!

    The one in the Fort is about an inch thick and about 3 inches thick at the hinge!
    Last edited by Huw Eastwood; 03-11-17 at 06:48 PM.
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    I saw something similar on a massive, tall double door into the courtyard of a stable complex at a National Trust property many years ago.
    No idea where it was now unfortunately

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