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Everything about locks from the ancient past to today's cutting edge innovations
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LOCKPEDIA IS BRAND NEW & BEING POPULATED -
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Public and Private areas discussing today's current locks.
Categorised discussion groups.
Artefacts from The Heritage Collection explored.
(Note: The discussion forums require registration but one account gives access to all the public discussion areas.)
Welcome to Lockpedia
Our site is brand new and being populated.
We welcome your thoughts and comments at this early stage -
The world of locks and keys is a fascinating one. Our site, Lockpedia, though is brand new and currently undergoing population, check Add to Lockpedia to see how you, your company or your lock/locksmith/research interest can appear in these pages -
What is Lockpedia?
Lockpeadia is the on-
Today’s Lock News
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Locks of The Past
Lockpedia is the umbrella site of the the archeological research and preservation initiative at The History of Locks Museum, recording locks and keys from the ancient past to cutting edge innovations of today and even sometimes speculating on the future. We already have well established sites such as COLTi (A discussion forum for modern locks with public and private areas), Chubb Archive where we remember with fondness their products and people and of course Antique Locks (a categorised discussion forum). You will find that the pages and links here and other features including pages on Today’s Scene and Locks of The Past are gradually brought on-
Therefore whatever your interest in locks we want to hear from you wherever you are globally located, so if you are a:-
Lock Manufacturer -
Lock Distributor -
Collectors & Collections -
Heritage Sites -
You or your Ancestors -
We are inviting anyone with an interest in locks, from manufacturer to end user, from archaeologists to curators, whether ancient or modern and from anywhere around the world to add your details or interest using the simple email links in the header of every page.