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Submitted by: Paul
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It's an iron padlock shaped like a diamond. It has the points at the top of the lock cut off at a 22.5 degree angle, where the lock catch is. It's flat and approximately 1/4" thick. Closed it is 2 1/4" from top to bottom.From cut off tip to cut off tip, it is 2". The latch is 1.5" across. The keyhole is a flat key with a right bottom angle on key hole. Held together with three brad type pins on the two left points and one holding the latch (off-center).mechanism opens from the left. No key But mechanism is moveable.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

You have an eagle padlock that was patented in 1896, but it was sold for many years after that date. It's probably from the 1920's or 1930's.

They sell for between $20-60 dollars, here are many examples of the padlocks selling in the past:

Eagle triangle padlocks

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