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L123 - Early Eagle Trunk Lock & Key - SOLD 09/2023


This is an early (mid 1800's) iron and brass trunk lock. The base plate measures 4" wide and 3" high. The hasp is 3 3/4" long and 1 3/8" wide at the top. The key escutcheon and moving cover are thick brass. There is a large eagle stamped into the brass keyhole cover. I believe the lock was most likely made by Eagle Lock Co. in their early days (established in 1853). The lock is very heavy-duty iron and very strong. This lock has the original unique barrel key. The lock requires a cutout for the lock plate about 2 1/2" wide and 2 3/8" high. The lock is complete and works well. For high-quality trunks of the mid to late 1800's. VERY rare and hard to find! You may never see another complete lock of this type for sale.

Note: This lock has a unique feature not found on many trunk locks! There is a small catch inside which keeps the hasp piece from opening until you push down on the brass keyhole cover. Most people would not have known to do that so it makes it harder to break into the trunk with this lock. Also, the lock will appear to be locked when it is not completely locked and the owner would know that.

Price: $85 includes shipping in the continental U.S. Please email if you have any questions or want the shipping cost to other countries.

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