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  1. #1
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    Default Maker of this safe?

    Going through Illinois CL I spotted this safe. Not buying, just curious as to its maker. Anyone....

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  2. #2
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    Haven't seen many of these at all.
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    Default Maker of this safe?

    Thanks. I 1st thought it to be a York or maybe a Victor or a York-Victor (no such thing) but wasn't thinking Hall. Am I seeing correctly but does it have a 70# dial?

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    The only one I have pictures of is missing the dial, and I didn't have time to dig out the lock.

  5. #5
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    Default Maker of this safe?

    I was referring to the CL photo. I only 'see' a 70# dial. Do you see same or am I wrong?

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    Duh, yes it looks like 70 numbered

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