- Museum number
Iron Padlock key formed of a tapering strip with a loop at its head and pierced by two holes in the form of opposed Ts.
Length: 138 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Manning 1985
This type of key was used for bolts with two sets of barbs. A generally similar key is illustrated in the Devizes Museum Catalogue, probably coming from Wiltshire (Cunnington and Goddard 1934, 235, pl. LXXIX, 2).
- On display (G49/dc16)
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number