Re: reproduction period keys
- Museum Reproductions does a nice, Saxon-era key for a reasonable price.
They also have later keys
Pewter Replicas has 15th century keys
You didn't say what sort of era or style of key you were looking for.
I had to resist the urge to post lots of links and pictures of
Viking-era keys. :)
--- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, julian wilson <smnco37@...> <<snip>>
> does anybody know of a place that sells reproduction keys?<<snip>>
- Maybe from a distance... but they aren't even up with the 1850s keys
for my house.
On that note however, lots of the old hardware stores sell keys for
those of us with the locks that match. Also, one of the online
restoration companies (Restoration Hardware, I think) sells a great
big ring of samples for REALLY CHEAP for those of us who don't know
quite what key we need!
I couldn't find the one I bought but, it was easy to find these...
"Maxamillan Wolfram von Schleuter" <maks_zobi@...> wrote:
> Wal-mart does two types of skeleton key that are good for 1550onwards
> at about 99 cents.
- (Moderator note: Please do not top-post to this list. Thank you. Despina)
Well no, the gold effect one is exactly the same as an Italian "box"
key from 1558.