Seller: explorer (4,057) 100%, Location: Ramsey, New Jersey, Ships to: US, Item: 302148524801 Up for auction is an antique hinge lock with key. It measures approximately 7.125 inches long as measured across as you look at it. The key and the lock have the same number on it which is 1T both the key doesn’t turn the lock because the lock is frozen for some reason. I did not mess with it or put any type of WD40 on it. I will leave this to the experts. Condition is shown in the many pictures that I have taken. Condition is commensurate with age and use. Pictures are considered part of the description and condition. PLEASE READ EVERYTHING BELOW BEFORE BIDDING U.S. BIDDERS ONLY -- WE DO NOT TRADE OR SHIP INTERNATIONALLY Terms/Conditions/Shipping Info PLEASE READ BEFORE BIDDING Terms & Conditions: NEW JERSEY residents please add 7% tax. U.S. BIDDERS ONLY - WE DO NOT TRADE OR SHIP INTERNATIONALLY. Buyer pays USPS Mail shipping/handling. Each item is shipped via U.S. Mail. Winners will be contacted through the eBay check-out system and will receive an email with the shipping information. For multiple purchases, please wait to receive an eBay invoice so that applicable shipping discounts can be applied. PLEASE EMAIL QUESTIONS BEFORE YOU BID and do not bid unless you plan to follow through responsibly. We mainly list vintage and antique items unless otherwise specified. Please be aware that these items are NOT new and ARE NOT PERFECT unless otherwise noted, therefore, they will exhibit some degree of wear due to age, which is expected on items that are old. We do NOT consider factory or manufacture flaws as damage. Photos are considered part of the description. No guarantees or warranties of any kind. We do not claim to be experts, but we do try to describe items to the best of our ability and welcome any questions about the items. We do not ship merchandise on approval and all sales are FINAL. , Thanks for looking and happy bidding! link Condition: The key and the lock have the same number on it which is 1T both the key doesn’t turn the lock because the lock is frozen for some reason. I did not mess with it or put any type of WD40 on it. I will leave this to the experts.