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Re: Restoration of a Herring, Hall & Marvin Safe

Posted by Brooklyn on February 07, 2009 at 01:51:55:

In Reply to: Re: Restoration of a Herring, Hall & Marvin Safe
posted by
Doug MacQueen CPS CMS on February 06, 2009 at 12:34:02:

Think about it Doug. The safe cost me $70 and I was able to move it myself
with some friends. This is simply an amateur antique restoration project for an
inexpensive antique. If I find an antique chair for $70, I doubt anyone, even
you, would care if I do the refinishing instead of a professional. It is true I am
no safe expert but as a mechanical engineer for 25 years, I have designed
mechanism more intricate and certainly more complex than an old Yale lock
from a Herring, Hall & Marvin safe of about 1912 vintage. It's my challenge, I
own the safe and I just asked for advice.

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