A Blog covering restraints of all kinds from chains, locks and handcuffs to rope, straitjackets, cells and anything unconventional that I can find.
in very good condition, you put the key in and push and the inner sprung bit comes out and turns the lock, measures 6cm ltall - eBay (22 March 09)
I have one of these with the key if anybody is email@example.com
Wormald padlocks were intended for locking pre-payment utility meters. Keyholes were designed to hinder trial of keys. This one has an 'active' key: the bit is pivoted out when inserted into the lock.
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