1897.44.3 .1 1897.44.3 .2 1897.44.3 .3

Wooden lock of three parts. The main body of the lock has a moveable slat secured in place by a fixed cover. Two separate ?tumbers of wood, one with two notched teeth, the other with three, are loose. [LKG 26/05/2009]

Place details: EUROPE. Denmark / Føroyar Streymoy [Strømø] Torshavn. Cultural Group: European Danish Local Name: Unknown. Materials: Wood Plant / Iron Metal / ?. Processes: Carved / Carpentered / Nailed / ?. Dimensions: W = 210 mm H = 250 mm D = 35 mm Field Collector: Thomas Nelson Annandale When Collected: By 1897 Other Owners: Thomas Nelson Annandale PRM Source: Thomas Nelson Annandale Acquired: Donated November 1897 Related Collections: 1896.6, 1896.7, 1896.39, 1898.1, 1898.34, 1899.44, 1899.47, 1900.13, 1900.46, 1901.90, 1902.41, 1902.42, 1902.53, 1902.88, ?1902.90, 1903.18, 1903.31, 1904.10, 1904.62, 1907.25, 1912.34, 1922.28, 1923.19, 1949.10.17B

KEYWORD: Lock / CLASS: Lock / ?.

Research notes: For the donor's account of his visit to Føroyar [the Faroe Islands], see The Faroes and Iceland: Studies in Island Life, by Thomas Annandale (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1905). [JC 4 12 2014]