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  1. With hard to get or identify window keys, I always try these chaps: office@handlesandhinges.co.uk They actually reply, and quickly.
  2. The logo is indeed Siegenia's. A US contact could be this one: Contact: Ralf Diller Tel.: +49 271 3931-503 Mobile: +49 170 5759841 ralf.diller@siegenia.com Oddly, this is a German number, but he's their US contact: https://www.siegenia.com/en/company/locations RE means rechts, LI means links. In proper lingo: Right, left.
  3. I think this guide from NWKeys about the double bitted keys is the one to use here. I can't find mine right now.
  4. This is an Allgood Cisa section. Seemingly, no one has any originals any more. Some of these sections have turned into blanks from Silca/JMA. Has anyone come across this section before?
  5. The Yale masterkeying department can also make these from the code, I believe.
  6. Jukedox, JD makes sense. I have researched my earlier remark about JD Banks some more and wish to withdraw it, due to wild inaccuracy.
  7. My guess is JeDi (JD) relates to JD Banks.
  8. It's a brand new Abus key. I think it uses the cuts for T82 keys, and one needs to file the shoulder of the long T82 blank a bit to suit.
  9. I can't read what's beneath the word Schloss. Schloss means lock in German. Or in Swiss. We have had and followed through with a good 20 Swiss Keso and other enquiries over the years and succeeded with just one. The Swiss are very awkward with their keys and the relating documentation. The word beneath the "Schloss" will probably lead to the dealer for this
  10. Shoes worth wearing are worth repairing. I like that.
  11. There is a little shop in the Piccadilly Circus tube station, which Easi Entries for £10. Signet seems cheaper.
  12. The Corbin one at the top looks like a contender: https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.americanlocksets.com%2Fimages%2FK_cylinder_48H.png&imgrefurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.americanlocksets.com%2Fstanley-best-48h7k626-single-cylinder-mortise-deadbolt-satin-chrome-p-4993.html&docid=m3dpn6jYGLJDgM&tbnid=s-JxAhFCwcUTZM%3A&vet=10ahUKEwi3nNrKhZHkAhUmyIUKHZrXD78QMwj6AShaMFo..i&w=382&h=334&bih=657&biw=1280&q=american deadlock steel door&ved=0ahUKEwi3nNrKhZHkAhUmyIUKHZrXD78QMwj6AShaMFo&iact=mrc&uact=8#h=334&imgdii=DhVDBWeoU8d4fM:&vet=10ahUKEwi3nNrKhZHkAhUmyIUKHZrXD78QMwj6AShaMFo..i&w=382 Sorry for the obscene length of this link.
  13. I have seen this on here before, I think, but I cannot find anymore. Any ideas?
  14. I come across the below blank regularly. Normally, I would order these from the originator. This is hard in this case, as the originator (other than Kaba) is not on the key. How to get blanks? Or is this still patented or restricted?
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