"Wilson Bohannan Logo Padlocks"
H thru H

 

Click to Enlarge Image "Hester Price BERWYN, PA.".  1 1/4" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. Catalog #: 71. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The Dan Cronin Collection" 
3110
Click to Enlarge Image "DAVID HEUERMANN".  1 3/4" wide x 5/16" shackle diameter x 1 1/8" shackle clearance. Brass case. Steel shackle. "A" keyway. Catalog #: DB32342. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The David Heuermann Collection" 
5420
Click to Enlarge Image "HONDA SAFETY LOCKOUT". 1 1/2" wide x 2" shackle clearance. Brass case. Chrome plated steel shackle. "B" Keyway.  Catalog #: Not determined. Made for: Honda Motor Co. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The Kim Blake Collection" 
6352
Click to Enlarge Image "HOUSTON NATURAL GAS". 2 1/2" high x 1 9/16" wide x 1/4" diameter shackle. Brass case. Brass shackle. A Keyway.  Catalog #: 660. Made for: Houston Natural Gas Co. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The Kim Blake Collection" 
5015
Click to Enlarge Image "H. S. P. H.". 5" high x 2" wide. Brass case. Steel shackle. Catalog #: Not determined. Interchangeable core. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The AJ Hoffman Collection" 
2754
Click to Enlarge Image "HUDSON COAL". Brass case. Brass shackle. Catalog #: Not determined. Made for: Hudson Coal Co., Delaware & Hudson Railroad Co. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.  More... 2913
Click to Enlarge Image "HUMBLE". 2 3/4" high x 1 3/4" wide x 5/16" shackle diameter. Brass case. Brass shackle. Flat bronze sash chain. The reverse of the lock is blank. Catalog #: 621. Made for: Humble Oil Co. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The Kim Blake Collection"
4969
Click to Enlarge Image "P HUMBLE". 1 1/2" wide. Brass case. Brass shackle. "A" keyway. Used in Baytown Refinery circa 1970.  Catalog #: 620. Made for: Humble Oil Co. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
"The Kim Blake Collection"
5382
Click to Enlarge Image "HURRICANE APIA 1889".  2 1/4" wide (Actual: 2.258" wide x 2.979" high x .569" deep). Bronze case. Bronze shackle. Catalog #80. Mfg by: Wilson Bohannan Co.
Commemorates the Apia Samoa Hurricane of March 15-16, 1889. 7 Naval war ships were wrecked or sunk during this event.
"The David Heuermann Collection"
3168