Lever Padlocks - Brass
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Click to Enlarge Image "N. A. G. CO.". 1 3/8" high x 1 1/8" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: J. H. W. Climax Co. 6605
Click to Enlarge Image "NATIONAL". 3 1/4" high. Brass case. Steel shackle. 6710
Click to Enlarge Image "N D T CO" - "CLOSE LOCK TO GET KEY OUT". 3 1/4" high. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: J. H. W. Climax Co. 6008
Click to Enlarge Image "NESCo of PA". Brass case. Brass shackle. 3406
Click to Enlarge Image "NEW CENTURY" - Brass. 2 1/2" high x 1 5/16" wide x 3/8" deep. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: E. T. Fraim Lock Co. More...
"The Mike Mastros Collection" 
2045
Click to Enlarge Image "THE NEW CENTURY". 2" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. The reverse of the case is plain.
"Courtesy Neil Pylant" 
2312
Click to Enlarge Image "NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY 1897". 3 1/4" high x 2 1/4" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. Made for: New York Telephone Co.
"The Frank Kidd Collection" 
6009
Click to Enlarge Image "NEWMAN&CAPRON NEWMAN&CAPRON". 3 1/4" high x 2 1/2" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: Newman & Capron.
"The John Grist Collection" 
8935
Click to Enlarge Image "N. J. BELL TEL. CO. 1927". 3 1/2" high x 2 1/2" wide. Stamped brass case. Brass shackle. Post key. "MADE IN USA" is stamped on the reverse of the case. Made for: New Jersey Bell Telephone Co. Mfg by: Corbin Cabinet Lock Co. 6010
Click to Enlarge Image "N. J. BELL TEL. CO. 1927". 3 1/2" high x 2 1/2" wide. Stamped brass case. Brass shackle. Post key. Made for: New Jersey Bell Telephone Co. Mfg by: Safe Padlock & Hardware Co.
"The Dave Parmalee Collection"
9175
Click to Enlarge Image "J. NOCKS PATENT PHILAD" - "J. NOCKS PATENT PHILAD". 3 7/16" high x 2 1/4" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: Joseph Nock. Joseph Nock Patent # 1243.
"The Ralph Sertell Collection" 
5982
Click to Enlarge Image "G. W. NOCK". 3" high. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: George W. Nock. Joseph Nock Patent # 1243. 6906
Click to Enlarge Image "NORTHWEST". 1 7/8" wide. Stamped brass case. Steel shackle. Mfg by: Miller Lock Co.
"Courtesy Neil Pylant"
2237
Click to Enlarge Image "NORWICH LOCK CO NORWICH CONN". 3 1/2" high x 2 5/8" wide x 5/8" deep. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: Norwich Lock Co. US Patent #79694.   More...
"The Michael Stuart Collection" 
3913
Click to Enlarge Image "NL&OPCo". Brass case. Brass shackle. Made for: Niagara Lockport & Ontario Power Co. Mfg by: E. T. Fraim Lock Co. 5182
Click to Enlarge Image "NL&OPCo". 4 1/4" high including clevis x 2 3/8" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. Made for: Niagara Lockport & Ontario Power Co. 5183
Click to Enlarge Image "NO 75 BOSTON. 3 1/2" diameter x 3/4" deep. Brass case. Brass shackle. Mfg by: Morse & Hooper
"The Michael Stuart Collection" 
4986
Click to Enlarge Image "NORVELL-SHAPLEIGH HDW Co NORLEIGH DIAMOND". 3 1/4" high x 2 5/8" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. "PAT.08" is stamped on the obverse of the shackle. Made for: Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co.
"The Bill DeGrow Collection" 
6777
Click to Enlarge Image "NSHCo". 3 1/8" high x 1 7/8" wide. Brass case. Steel shackle. Made for: Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co.
"The Tom Rust Collection" 
9322
Click to Enlarge Image "N.Y.&Q.E.L.&P.CO.". 2.680 high x 1.600 wide. Brass case. Steel shackle. The reverse of the case is the same as the obverse. Yale standard lever. Made for: New York & Queens Electric Light & Power Co. Mfg by: Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.
"Courtesy David Heuermann" 
614
Click to Enlarge Image "NYKLINE". Brass case. Brass shackle. Made for: Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha. 7996
Click to Enlarge Image "N.Y.P.&l. CO.". 1 1/4" high. Brass case. Brass shackle. The reverse of the lock is blank.
"The Joe Kingsmill Sr Collection"
7971
Click to Enlarge Image "PROPERTY NYSTA". Stamped brass case. Brass shackle. 5181
Click to Enlarge Image "N.Y. TEL. CO.". 3 1/2" high x 2 1/2" wide. Stamped brass case. Brass shackle. Made for: New York Telephone Co. Mfg by: Safe Padlock & Hardware Co.
"The Dave Parmalee Collection"
9174
Click to Enlarge Image "NZ". 4" high x 2 5/8" wide x 13/16" deep. Brass case. Brass shackle. The silver fern has been accepted as a symbol of New Zealand's national identity since the 1880's. We believe that this lock was made for the New Zealand Army. The fern style dates this lock before 1915. The fern patch was worn in the Boer war, WW1 and WW2.
"The Malcolm Stokes Collection" 
3730