Brown Safe is the premier provider of antique collector vault doors and other vintage security creations. Our long-standing ties to an extensive network of security institutions and banks allows us to locate these scarce and timeless legends, and our extensive experience constructing oversized vaults provides the skill set necessary to refurbish and relocate these weighty monoliths to their new home. Here you'll find information and images of our current inventory of antique collector vault doors. Contact us to learn more and discuss your desired level of restoration. This massive engineering marvel is a beautiful example of the craftsmanship from a bygone era which simply cannot be replicated today. It was manufactured by one of the most well know American safe manufactures, the Mosler Safe Co.
Jewelry Safe - Gem 6018
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Liberty Safe is currently experiencing unusually high demand for our safes. Because of this, it will take us longer to build and deliver your safe. Safe deliveries are most often done through local dealers, Because of this, the time to deliver may vary. Right now most safes are being delivered in 20 weeks or less. In some areas it may take longer. Thank you for your trust and patience—we promise it will be worth the wait! Log in Cart.
Antique Safe Restoration Decals
The first place homeowners store valuables is often the first place criminals look. Our experiences have taught us how to easily avoid common risks. A wealth of data has been recorded over the past several years outlining the impact of home burglary and how criminals view traditional security measures. We have bad news: the first place many homeowners store their jewelry and valuables is exactly where most burglars look first when breaking in.
Persons using assistive technology might not be able to fully access information in this file. For assistance, please send e-mail to: mmwrq cdc. Type Accommodation and the title of the report in the subject line of e-mail. On December 4, , a hazardous materials HazMat release occurred at a jewelry store in Beloit, Wisconsin, when the store owner tightened a screw on the door of an old safe outfitted with a chemical theft-deterrent device.