Posted by Bjoern (188.8.131.52) on June 12, 2003 at 20:08:31:
I bought this pair of lady-darbies recently. The handcuffs have been made for a small wrist size.
There are no visible markings at the handcuffs. The screw key is right hand threaded and it is much bigger than most keys of other known manufacturers.
The shape of the screw locks seems to be quite unique. Additionaly, the end caps of the screw locks are really flat and their surface is totally smooth.
An other difference to standard darby-handcuffs is the locking mechanism:
The locking bar inside the screw lock does not seem to move in a square shaped openening inside the screw lock. Instead of that is seems to be fitted moveable between two long grooves in the inside of the lock-case.
The shape of the swivel could be a hint to identify the manufacturer, too.
I hope that you can help me to identify these handcuffs, their manufacturer and date of production.
Thanks a lot
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