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Welcome to Our World

Our cluster of Historical sites preserves and records that most common of objects the lock and the key. Although virtually everybody, in the civilised world, is linked with a common object - the key, it and the mechanism it operates is shrouded in mystery, sometimes in adventure and intrigue too. The same applies to the people that were connected with the lock making trade.

Therefore whether you are exploring your past and researching your family tree or looking to find out a bit about a family heirloom lock or key object we hope you enjoy searching for the answers to your question... and if not ask your question on one of our two forums, our members are only too willing to help - and along the way you may help to add permanently to The Knowledge base.

Welcome to the fascinating world of Antique and Historical Locks

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The History of Locks Museum
Our resources include:-
Artefacts and documents comprising 'The Herritage Collection, together with a discusion forum.
A series of catagorised discussion forums with a world view on antique and historical locks.
A restricted forum for locksmiths, but with some public areas relating to modern topics.

The Lock Collectors Newsletter
A traditionl style newsletter published 4 times a year.
The commercial side of The History of Locks Museum, providing the funds for resources and projects. Use when you have a need and help support these facilities.

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