Banbury lock

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The Banbury lock is the earliest form of church lock. This type of lock is one in which the metal components of the lock are separately fitted into a block of wood which forms the frame.

The Banbury lock on the main door of the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Burton, Wiltshire

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