I've got the key,I've got the secret.

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Well I've got part of a padlock anyway 😁 Managed a flick round today and found a military collar badge and what looks like part of a padlock which would have accepted an odd shaped key. Has anyone seen anything like it or a good website where I can determine its age,cheers cd.
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Dumdadadumdadadumdum.
Mate, I've got that sweet tune in my head now ☺☺☺
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alloverover wrote: ↑Tue Jul 27, 2021 7:52 pm Dumdadadumdadadumdum.
Mate, I've got that sweet tune in my head now ☺☺☺
😁😁and I've just had a cookie but wasn't urban 😁
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coal digger wrote: ↑Tue Jul 27, 2021 8:09 pm 😁😁and I've just had a cookie but wasn't urban 😁
Gis one mate, even a half πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰
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Obviously I’m far too young to have any udea what you two are singing about ;)

Interesting key hole - not seen one like that before!
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I think it is called an offset keyhole?
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Easylife wrote: ↑Tue Jul 27, 2021 9:38 pm I think it is called an offset keyhole?
Cheers EL. Will have a gander now,πŸ‘
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**Waves his glowsticks around in a bizarre pattern**

I'm sure me old dad used to have a lock and key of a similar shape in his ancient shed.....but then again the 90's influence could be haggling my brain :lol:
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