Lovely old keys! How neat that your father collected them!
What lovely old keys!
I have a collection of pretty little keys like that too...they mostly belonged to my mother in law. Actually..you have just reminded me... I have a collection of my father's now too! But he collected just about everything! My favourite image of yours is the second.
Great collection! I'm sure it is quite a treasure to you too.
Aren't old keys neat? Well, old stuff is neat. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Those are really neat keys. And, how far have we come... now we can use a card to access a lock or use a fingerprint. Crazy.
I haven't seen a skeleton key in ages. These are neat old keys.
Skeleton keys are always a good conversation piece.
Fascinating subject they are. I was shocked when I was told that there were only 12 different keys for the original houses built in Stratford!
That was a net collection. My husband had a collection of railroad keys, but sold them.
Fantastic old keys! It makes you wonder what they all went to!
Wonderful images of these Skeleton keys.
I've never seen a key on the sidewalk, come to think of it. :) I love old keys. A friend of ours once gave us a vintage jail cell key.Thanks for stopping by to comment on my RT post. Lindy
Those are gorgeous. Things certainly are not made like that now days.
I love keys. Dad learned how to be a locksmith by mail!
Amazing old keys! As a child I have collected too (but my old things are all lost in the trouble of life)
What a great collection of old skeleton keys!
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