I am constantly building this site and am happy to receive comments and suggestions to expand my glossary. This type of lock was manufactured by several companies in Eskilstuna, Sweden and in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th century. Lock on a temple door as described by Homer in the Odyssey, the 21st song: “And in her hand she carried a brazen key with a handle of ivory; and when she came to the door, she loosened the strap which served to draw the bolt from the outside, and inserting the key drew back the bolt.” The bolt was pulled back and forth using a strap hanging through a hole in the door, and was released using a large, curved key. Bar iron was forged and stretched in many different places in Sweden, stamped and sold directly to the smiths, or exported. Simple locking device of wood or iron for single or double doors or gates. Wooden bench with a seat/lid that can be raised to access storage inside. The first bicycle – the velocipede – was designed by France’s Pierre Michaux in 1855. Forged protective device for the key tip in a door lock. A barrier lock for safe doors, designed and patented by Joseph Bramah in 1784. The method was primarily used in the 16th and 17th centuries to decorate items such as door locks. The electronic codes are stored magnetically on cards or in combination with a mechanical key in a chip. It is not illegal to pick a lock in Sweden as long as it is your own lock. In the 17th century, masterpieces became a proof of skill, with exquisite filing but no practical use. In 1936 a farmer was plowing the land and discovered a wooden tool chest, 90 cm long and 24 cm high. The melting point of the iron decreased when the carbon bonded with it (about 4%), and soon the smelt iron began collecting in the bottom while the more fluid slag lay on top of it. The pipe was continuously filled with ore, charcoal and limestone as long as the “blasting” went on. Wrought iron that has been refined in a puddling furnace or blast furnace but not yet welded. A group of locks consisting of a horizontal wooden bolt that slides side to side on iron or wooden staples. The shackle or shackles are locked by a spring-loaded bolt actuated with a turning key. The earliest such locks in Sweden were imported from Germany during the Vasa Renaissance or were manufactured in Sweden by smiths trained in Germany. To open the lock, several separate spring-loaded pin tumblers must be moved into position with the grooves in the side of the key.Many variations of this kind of key have been found in archeological digs in Greece and elsewhere. Used with combination locks to hamper attempts to open it without the correct combination. A bar can be placed in two brackets attached to the door or on both sides of it, then slid back and forth, or into a recess in the wall. The front edge often has an eyelet closure that can be padlocked. The modern bicycle with chain-operated gears and air-filled tires was conceived and developed in the 1880s, and was fitted with a lock almost from the start. There are also scanners for personal codes, fingerprints, voice or retinal patterns. A method of decoration in which grooves are cut into a metal (or wood) surface with a sharp cutting tool called a burin or graver. Usually a forged key for a wooden sliding-bolt lock. However, in public places only trained locksmiths on duty are allowed to carry picks. Masterpieces were given three stamps on passing inspection. In and around it were over 200 smith’s tools and iron objects. These locks open and close via a key with a long, narrow bit at a right angle to the shaft (latch-lifter), which is inserted into a hole above the bolt and turned. In the Middle Ages, fines were the most common punishment for theft, and one that was not considered dishonorable. A type of padlock with ward springs and a screw mechanism that compresses the springs. The key is small, thin and easy to carry in a pocket or key case.There are so many words and expressions related to locks and their parts that I must occasionally use images to distinguish between terms. Any part of a lock that transfers the movement of the key to the bolt. They were specially invited because of their superior skill and fine sense of design. Spring-bolt lock or latch built into a square iron box and mounted on the surface of the door, on the inside. In the 18th and 19th centuries, a chamberlain’s key symbolized the high position of a chamberlain in a royal court or with the nobility. A method of decorating metal by imprinting, embossing, etching or treckning raising (a combination of embossing and stretching). Lock on a metal girdle or belt that was attached over a woman’s genitals. (Uppfinningarnas bok [The Book of Inventions], Stockholm 1926.) Electronic lock. For the sake of simplicity, they are called locksmiths here. A large number of locks and keys from the early Middle ages were turned up when the streets of Lund in southern Sweden were dug up for sewer lines in 1881 (see Kulturens årsbok 1940) and in archeological studies conducted prior to major construction projects of the 1960s and 70s (the Thule insurance company and PK-banken). Rich finds of keys and locks from archeological digs done in 1916–20 and later. A large part of it is about the Nyköping Banquet, a grisly drama in which a key played a crucial role. The furnace was lit and the bellows pumped in air, intensifying the heat and speeding up the burning process. Attractive, strong and heavy, weighing from two to nearly five kilograms. A lock with a number of moving detainers (tumblers), whose shape matches the bit on the correct key. Usually the insertion point is covered with thin iron sheet. However, it is believed that he did not take the lock principle from a Scandinavian padlock (which were made in the United States), but from a wooden Egyptian pin tumbler lock, plus some of the technology of a Bramah lock, to create a whole family of complex locks. Cylinder locks have been made in Sweden since the early 1880s.The definitions of specific types of locks include links to the pages where they are described. Naturally, this glossary does not cover all the expressions or terms used throughout history. Abloy cylinder locks were invented in 1907 by mechanical engineer Emil Henriksson, and were produced and sold by AB Låsfabriken/Lukkotehdas Oy – as of 1919 called AB Lukko Oy. American Padlock or Scandinavian Padlock: a later version of the original invention by Christoffer Polhem in the early 18th century. Today ASSA is a strong brand in the field of locks and integrated security systems nationally and internationally, with an established presence in the United States, UK, Netherlands, Baltic region, Germany, and Asia. Since 1994, ABLOY has been a part of the ASSA group. Iron produced directly from a blast furnace (pig iron) and refined – smelted again and pounded with helve hammers to reduce the carbon content. They were outside the regulations of the guild and were freed from being called out to war. Originally opened with a door handle and key, later with a door knob and key. The result is a decorative pattern in the metal created with a hammer and punches. Spoken of from the 13th century and throughout the Middle Ages. Based on a system of scanners and a control unit that assesses the codes scanned. From the 15th century on, locksmiths gained a privileged status in society. Corresponding types of locks and keys have also been found in many other locations in Sweden and Denmark. Key that opens all the locks in a lock system, whether for a single building or a whole residential area. In Germany and the Nordic region, a masterpiece consisted of three locks: a door lock, a chest lock and a padlock. A tale of power struggle, schism, injustice, revenge and cruel death that unfolded in the Nyköping Fortress in 1317. The ore bonded with the carbon in the coal, releasing oxygen and other gases, which passed out through the top. The lock bodies were smooth and carefully filed, polished and blue-tempered. When the key is turned, the bit turns the bolt and lifts the tumblers to open a passage for the bolt. The principle is simple; releasing an internal cylinder from an external one so that the internal one can turn on its axis.Sometimes the most difficult part of lock collecting is knowing what to pay for new additions or if you've been collecting for a long time, what your lock collection is worth!There have been many books throughout the years claiming to be price guides to lock collectors, but they are out of date the moment they are published!
The modem foot lockers have simplified versions of the old trunk locks as those presently manufactured by the Ohio Travel Bag Company.
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Whilst the sleek multipoint locking systems that other companies offer might suit the aesthetic of a modern home, sometimes the situation calls for a more subtle-looking lock: particularly if you own a period home.
Yale have the issue sorted though: they offer a variety of other locking systems including mortise locks for timber entrance doors, deadlocks and sashlocks.