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Indy Handcuff Show

April 15 2017 at 5:21 PM
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Lets try this again.

Who plans on attending?

 
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Martin
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Re: Indy Handcuff Show

April 15 2017, 7:31 PM 

Can someone please vlog or upload pics for us guys that cant be there it always makes for good viewing many thanks martin

 
 
DJ-halfdead
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Re: Indy Handcuff Show

April 16 2017, 2:51 AM 

I will be there on Saturday.
-Richard Knip-

 
 
Howy
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Re: Indy Handcuff Show

April 16 2017, 12:28 PM 

I am going to try to be there on Saturday.

Does anyone know how the M-94 Cipher Devices (AKA CSP-488) were made?

I should have one with me.

Howy
Cincy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-94
http://www.jproc.ca/crypto/m94.html
https://maritime.org/tech/csp488.htm

 
 
Howy
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Re: Indy Handcuff Show

April 23 2017, 2:50 PM 

Thanks for all the tips I got at the show on how to replicate these.

Howy
Cincy

 
 
Chris Gower
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Indy Show

April 23 2017, 5:25 PM 

Did any one get any photos to share with us?
Chris

 
 
Damon Shields
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Indy

April 24 2017, 8:55 AM 

It took me an hour to get these photos posted. Not sure where the problem is.

Anyway, we had a great time at Indy. We got to look for some hidden treasurers at local antique malls on Friday before the show. No handcuffs to speak of but lots of other good stuff.

The attendance seemed better this year for the lock side of the show. There was a story pad lock collection at the show for sale ($65,000). Not sure if it sold.

We missed some of our handcuff collectors that couldn't make it but as always the lock collectors were very nice. We are part of the family at Indy and Lancaster.

Mark Lundblad was one of the guest speakers at the banquet and did a great job.

Overall it was a wonderful time and hopefully everyone will be there next year.

Damon



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Mark Lyons
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Re: Indy Handcuff Show

April 24 2017, 11:34 AM 

I had a great time and did miss so many of the regulars who normally attend.
Thank you Damon for picking me up from the airport, finalizing a Faygo quest, taking me to the fabulous antique malls and for showing me some cuffs that I had no idea that existed.

The show was not a handcuff collectors delight, minus what Damon brought but these was so many quality items to look and learn about.

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A couple of mini 17th century pirate chests

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This Story Lock collection won 3rd place


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This collection was not finalized but was "assumed" to be sold at 65K


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1875 Time Lock


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Yale Time Lock


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1888 S&G Time Lock


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1887 Time Lock


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Not for sale ER Locks which includes a "Leg Iron" sized example and absolutely NO evidence of it ever being from a set of leg irons. I have more pics of this which does support my assumption that these were made in this size for padlocking a large chain or something to a post and not intended as a leg iron. It was thought that ALL single ER's this size were separated from a broken leg iron. I don't believe this to be the case after seeing this one.|
The key which had a "5" stamped has the spanner wrench on top of the key. The padlock once had a plug (now missing) that operated the same as a figure 8 cuff.


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A beautiful Castle Lock that I was able to get up close to.

It was nice to see Mark Lundblad, Charles Chandler, Karl Grice, and many of the non cuffs guys at the show.
Thanks to all for another wonderful time!

Mark
O--O

 
 
 
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