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    Default yale shackle pull pin tumbler padlock

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    need help identifing this padlock ? like an 803 but NOT
    looked in 1884-1908-1913-did not locate this padlock ?
    thank you ,hope your all staying safe and well

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    Yes Nathan, it does look similar to the No. 803 1-1/2" size "Ironsides" model as shown in top image of thumbnail attached from Yale & Towne Cat. No. 26 (c) 1929, pg. 8. The bottom image is of the No. 805 2" size "Ironsides".

    Pete Schifferli
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    thanks,Pete i also looked in catalog #25,1929 #26,and 1934 and did not seethe padlock.
    Maybe Billie (BBB) might have some info

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    Default yale shackle pull pin tumbler padlock Your Message

    Nice padlock have not see one of those before...Tim...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbonstein View Post
    thanks,Pete i also looked in catalog #25,1929 #26,and 1934 and did not seethe padlock.
    Maybe Billie (BBB) might have some info
    Hi Nathan,

    After sending you the PM I got to thinking and remembered a lock with the same mechanism. It is a lock supplied in fairly large quantities to the Peoples Gas, Light and Coke Co. You can find an image of it on my museum site 1st-net-lock-museum.com in the non-Best logo section, page 9, item R. http://www.1st-net-lock-museum.com/nb9.htm
    The model was evidently discontinued because they (PGL&C) went to a different model which can be found on page 6, item N.
    BBE.

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    thank you gentlemen,appreciate the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbonstein View Post
    thank you gentlemen,appreciate the help
    Found where I had the lock stored, so here is a picture.
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    thank you,sir
    appreciate it,i did find it on your site.
    stay well and safe

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