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This amazing 1923 Swiss made triple alphabetical combination safe deposit box door from the UBS vault is the most distinctive and rarest item we have been able to save from the destruction of the UBS vault in 2005. This swiss-made lock comes from the oldest part of the vault and has undoubtedly been installed in or around the vault's creation in 1923. The unique triple lock mechanism has been patented by Swiss locksmith Karl Bauer AG in 1919.

The lock's intriguing look is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression on your visitors.

The lock is almost entirely made in brass to guarantee centuries of corrosion-proof operations. After careful polishing, this makes for a very attractive item which reflects lights in all directions like an intricate clock.

Unfortunately, we have been able to save only a handful of these locks.

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