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Re: need key for rolltop desk

Posted By: Michael L. Norton <Restora7@aol.com> (cache-dtc-ab03.proxy.aol.com)
Date: 6/30/4 00:35

In Response To: Re: need key for rolltop desk (James Schooley)

http://www.deabath.com/Keys/Keys_2/keys_2.htm >>>>>> As a period furniture restorer, replacing antique keys is routine, most older than a 100 years. So I know, finding blanks when you need them, can be challenging. Cutting, fitting, modifying and repairing antique locks and keys, can be easily done by a good restoration company, rather than the local locksmith. By the way, the link at the top here shows a winged key or blank. I did a quick search on the net, my own catalogs do not have this, so I looked. Without having the lock, I couldn't tell you if this particular key will work for your lock. But one can be found, for sure. Then the key needs to be fitted to your lock. Good luck.

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