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There are no levers its a simple ward cut, when the key turns it pulls back a sprung latch.

Opened one and made a key for it a few months back.

They were given out by the post office aswell, I think around 1930's as a savings sceme. You filled it up and took it to the local post office who had a universal key.

I used a flat steel if I remember correctly, the key is very basic something like B&G (HD B547)

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Sorry Bonus, the post office one I opened deffinately wasn't a ZA lock, although I fashioned a working key from a flat steel.

 

The one I done was a sprung latch that snaped closed without the need of a key.

 

How much did you charge?

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