Museum Locks
Since opening in 1941, We have collected many types of locks. Our museum features a wide variety of items that date from the 1840’s to the 1950’s. On display you will see an assortment of the following items from the past.
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(3) Wells Fargo type chests Over (20) types of handcuffs along with a ball and chain (13) small antique safes Ladies boudoir safe from the late 1800’s (80) children’s safe banks (120) salesman samples which are “cut-away” locks that demonstrate how they work (40) time clocks used on bank vaults and safes Tear gas vials used on vaults and safes Jail and prison locks Antique brass escutcheon name plates used on safes back to 1843 Over (160) different types of locks Old “wooden” type locks Wide variety of padlocks including “Chinese type” (12) Vintage key duplicating machines (12) Old fashion automobile anti-theft locks The museum is open to the public Monday thru Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm, and on Saturday from 8:30am to 11:30am. There is no other place in the Midwest to see a collection of such historical significance in the lock industry.  We’d be happy to share it with you.