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L123 - Brass Trunk Lock 1880 & Key - SOLD 03/2018


An antique solid brass (or possibly bronze) trunk lock with one working Eagle barrel key! The lock is heavy and high quality and is marked with "Pat's Dec 7, 1880" which was a patent awarded to George Crouch of the Crouch & Fitzgerald trunk company of New York. The lock may have been made by Eagle or another lock company but would have been made for Crouch & Fitzgerald.. Complete with the brass top receiver and the bolt and washers. The top on the lock is a little larger than most other similar brass trunk locks. The receiver piece is 3 1/2" wide and 2 3/8" high and the lock is 6" tall, 2 1/4" wide at the top and bottom. The lock could be used on just about any trunk that the receiver piece will fit into, with a hole about 1 1/2" diameter in the trunk. It's a fairly standard size lock, but just a little different design than others. The lock is in very good used condition, made of heavy solid brass, perfect for antique trunks! (some of these locks were actually made of bronze, but may lock about the same as brass). The lock is very clean but can be highly polished if desired. This style lock was used on high quality trunks of the 1880's to early 1900's. The lock has a couple minor dings but is still a great looking lock with some light swirls engraved on the front. Very hard to find! Old authentic American made locks look much better on antique trunks than any foreign made reproduction locks, plus they will increase the value of your trunk.

Price: $72 includes shipping in the U.S. only. Thanks for visiting ThisOldTrunk.com Please email for shipping rates to other countries.

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