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Tiffany James

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Hi guys!! I am desperately tryin to find out additional info on my antique white wooded reefer rail car door it has a unique 4 point functioning brass or bronze latch/locking mechanism that was left over from there mining era here in Colorado. Before I dismantled it for some random DIY project I thought it prudent to find out
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alittle more. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!! Thanks!!!!
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