Lay-on inlet lock (door lock).
Late 16th century / early 17th century.
Fixing: On the inside with flange - right inward opening door.
Cross and bar closure with two snap bolts.
Opening on the outside by a key (drilled) and on the inside by an open eye.
The key has been added, a crown is missing at the cross and the bar closure
22.5cm x 21.3cm x 6.6cm (without handle) Key 12.2 cm
Similar lock - page 22 - "Locks and Keys Throughout the Ages" - Vincent JM Eras