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Who Invented Cylinder Pin Tumbler Lock
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The credit of Inventing cylinder pin-tumbler lock goes to Linus Yale, Junior. His locks are still widely used by us. Yale's father, Linus Yale, had invented (patent : an earlier pin-tumbler lock in 13 June 1844. Mr. Linus Yale, Sr. opened a lock shop in the 1840s in Newport, NY, specializing in bank locks. His son soon joined him and introduced some revolutionary locks. In 1858, Yale’s father died, and Linus Yale, Jr. became more involved with his father’s lock company.
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