Antique Safes & Safe Banks (Cast Iron) Bought and Sold
Circa 1902 Mosler Firejacket Safe. Safe has been completely restored to like new condtion. 104 polished nickle parts many with original custom engine turning. Rebuilt time locks. Dimensions are 66"H x 42 1/2"W x 44"D. Weight is approx. 6500 lbs. This is the only fully restored Mosler Firejacket safe known to exist.
Circa 1900 Diebold Square Body Cannonball Safe Salesman Sample with working time lock.Everything on this safe works. The time lock winder key and the original gear drive set key, and inner door rotating handle are present. It has the original ships wheel with bakalite handle, that rotates the main outside door. The outer door also articulates to give you access to the time lock mechanism. It also allows you access to the inner door combination lock which has a full 100 number dial. I have the combination. Inside is all engine turned with all polished brass timer and lock. Dimensions are 14 3/4"H x 12"W x 11"D. Weight is approx. 30 lbs.The safe is made of aluminum, and is a full bodied safe with real rolling wheels.
Rare Circa 1889 Hall's Safe and Lock Co. Salesman Sample/Display Model of an antique floor safe. It has a working key lock door with key, fitted wood interior, hand painted flower graphics, nickle plated and polished real rolling wheels and door hinge. Dimensions are 9"H x 6 1/2"W x 6 1/2"D. Weight is approx. 9 lbs. Safes like this are extremely hard to find and would be a proud addition to any antique safe collection.
Circa 1908 York Safe & Lock Company Prototype Miniature Safe. This safe came from the family of a man who worked for York for about 28 years. The name plate states: York Safe & Lock Co., York ,Pa. PT-3. We believe the PT-3 stands for Proto-Type #3. Safe has very unique features not seen before. The combination lock has a trick pull out mechanism with unique combination set up. The door is an articulating door with hidden internal hinges. The entire safe is held together by tiny rivits not screws. The entire exterior of the safe has a fancy nickle plated engine turned finish, probably done for display purposes. Dimensions of the safe are 8"H x 6 1/4"W x 7"D. Weight is approx. 10 lbs. This is a truly one of a kind safe which probably never got into production.
Ultra Rare Circa 1898 Meilink Personal Safe with original shipping crate. The safe has a working key lock door with original key. The safe retains all its original graphics and original key for safe. Safe dimensions are 16"H x 9"W x 8 1/2"D. Weight is approx. 70 lbs. he wood shipping crate is 18"H x 13"W x 12"D. Weight is approx. 8 lbs. The crate has a working locking door with key.
Circa 1848 Italian Longerier Chest with Hidden Hobnail Jewelry Safe. Chest is made of real burl walnut with a drop front, 4 working lockable drawers with keys. The hobnail safe has a trick lock assembly with special key to activate. Dimensions are 48 1/2"H x18 1/2"W x13 1/2"D. Weight is approx. 160 lbs.
Circa 1880 Herring and Co. N.Y.C., Hidden Safe in a Real Oak Wood Cabinet. The Cabinet is hand carved oak with fancy furled legs, and upper gallery. The safe has a known working combination lock door with beautiful plated exposed bolt work inside. The safe has two lockable drawers with key, and are lined with crushed velvet. The interior of the safe is also lined in crushed velvet. The dimensions are 43"H x 24"W x 16"D. Weight is approx. 275 Lbs. This is a spectacular. One of the finast of its type.
Circa 1905 Mission Oak Gustav Stickley Style Cabinet with Safe hidden inside. The cabinet has an exterior door behind which is the Safe. It has a known working combination lock door. Dimensions of the cabinet are 37"H x 15 1/4"W x 14 1/4"D. Dimensions of the safe are 10 1/2"H x 10 1/2"W x 10 1/2"D. Overall weight of cabinet and safe is approx. 60 lbs. This is a very unique piece of furniture and well built.
Circa 1870 Herring and Co. Victorian Brothel/Boudoir Pedestal safe called "The Rose". It has a working key lock door with 2 keys. Exterior has a rose adorned real porcelein pull knob. Inside has a fitted wood interior with 3 drawers and matching rose adorned real porcelein knobs. Dimensions are 30"H x 16"W x 16"D. Weight is approx. 275 lbs.
Circa 1871 Farrell, Herring & Company Victorian Boudoir/Brothel Safe in the Egyptian Revival motif. It has a working key lock door and key. It retains its original purple crushed velvet interior with one drawer. Dimensions are 43"H x 15 1/2"W x 15 1/2"D. Weight is approx. 275 lbs.
Circa 1872 Derby & Co. Victorian Brothel/Boudoir Pedestal Safe called "The Daisy". The safe has a known working combination lock door with a fitted wood interior and three drawers. Dimensions are 43"H x 18"W x18"D. Weight is approx. 285 lbs.
Circa 1870 Victorian Brothel/Boudoir Pedestal Safe made by Herring and Co. with a working key lock door with key. Interior has 3 drawers and one shelf. The safe also has real mother of pearl inlaid flowers in the door and sides. Dimensions are 30"H x 16"W x 16"D. Weight is approx. 275 lbs.
Circa 1815 Italian Mini-Hobnail Safe, desk top size. This almost 200 year old safe has a working key lock door, with a secret hidden release to expose the hidden key hole, and key. Even after you activate the hidden release to expose the keyhole, there is a secret sequence you must follow using the key to activate the double locking mechanism before you can open the door. This safe is unrestored and is all handmade. It comes with its own red velvet draw string storage bag. Dimensions are 13 1/2"H x 13 1/2"W x 10"D. Weight is approx. 25 lbs.
Circa 1887 Chubb & Sons Antique Safe with custom oak Display Stand. Safe has a hidden key hole with secret release button, warded key lock door with original key from Chubb. Interior has one lockable metal drawer with key. Safe is marked "Fort Bowie, A.T." on the door. The "A.T." stands for "Arizona Territory" which is what Arizona was at that time, since it was not granted statehood until 1912 when it became the 48th state. Unit of Safe and stand has overall dimensions of 41"H x 17"W x 14"D. Weight is approx. 120 lbs. Dimensions of just the safe are 18"H x 14"W x 14"D.
Circa 1880's "The Fidelity Trust Twins" by Henry C. Hart Mfg. These are known by by colletors by this name. Hart made this safe bank with two different door designs. The one pictured on the left in the first photo is the original design which was made for only a short time and in small quantities. Once the company realized the public liked it, they went into full production , but did so with a redesigned door. This is the much more common version. You will see maybe one or two out of every hundred examples that are the first design. They both have the same wood interior with one drawer. Specs for both versions are the same. Dimensions are
8 1/2"H x 6 1/4"W x 6 1/2"D. Weight is approx. 4 lbs.
Circa 1900 Royal Antique Floor Safe. The safe is a complete and unrestored original. It retains its original exterior and interior graphics , down to the little flower painted on the inside safety deosit box door which also has its original working key. The safe has an unusual rivet pattern on the outside edges of safewhich is both structural and decorative. It has a working combination lock door with a known combination. This safe is a very unusual size. Dimensions are 19"H x12"W x 16"D. Weight is approx. 160 lbs.
Circa 1890's Meilink Small Size Floor Safe. This safe is an unrestored original piece with real rolling wheels, original exterior graphics,working combination lock door with known combination. Interior has A locking safty deposit box with key, and working locking drawer with key. Dimensions are 18"H x 11"W x 14"D. Weight is approx. 100 lbs.
Circa 1900 Meilink Personal Safe. The safe has a known working combination lock door. This safe is unrestored with all original graphics with mural, and carry handle on top. Dimensions are 16"H x9"W x 8 1/2"D. Weight is approx. 70 lbs.
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