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I took a picture of the lock.looks original to me,but I am not an expert.Is this original?
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Hard to say from your pics. Lock looks original but the hinge picture is so poor it is hard to even see a hinge, and they don't get larger if clicked on. The shadows and lighting are terrible.

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sorry,these people provide horrible pictures.Thanks Rubone

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With a modern Hi Def, high pixel, cell phone camera, it is just about impossible to achieve the same quality as the old reliable Brownie Hawkeye, or a Polaroid Swinger....
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