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Hi Guys,

Hope you can help with identifying or supplying these 2 French keys,

I'm afraid I only have the photos and no measurements as customer has contacted me 

online and sent the photos. I have seen these before though and hope you have too.

One is a precut French style rim key and although the other is not a safe key i would cut it from a safe key except the bit is wider than most and thicker to accommodate the bullet groove

Thanks in advance

Paul

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The cast key is a Nemef (photos 2,4,5,6) they a precut and in the JMA and Silca key books.

 

I'm not sure about the other blank it could of been a number of things originally. Tillneys do a few Chubb blanks that have extra wide bits also some other multipurpose ones to. If can get a gauge I might have some

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the first and the third picture are from a Belgian Litto 6 3/4 number 19.  These keys are with a groove on the left or on the right side.

Greeting from Belgium

 

Thank you Damen, only just seen post as customer has not returned with keys,  does anyone know if I can get these in the UK?

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The cast key is a Nemef (photos 2,4,5,6) they a precut and in the JMA and Silca key books.

 

I'm not sure about the other blank it could of been a number of things originally. Tillneys do a few Chubb blanks that have extra wide bits also some other multipurpose ones to. If can get a gauge I might have some

 

Thank you Lock Stock. The Nemef key is Gauge 4 and the ones in the SKS book are Gauge 2

The other key is Gauge 5 and the bit is 20mm in width and 11mm deep and the groove (which I can cut) is on the right side looking down from the top of the shank

Regards

Paul

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