how much is this safe worth?

how much is a J&J taylor ltd. toronto safe works safe made in 1855 with the locking mechanism broken worth?

5 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Includes remote control and extra bulb, and 60” projector screen.

    Some of the specification are listed below, also see the link below for full brochure.

    LCD panel*1: Panel size: 0.7½ (diagonal) (16:9 aspect ratio)

    Pixels: 921,600 (1280 x 720) x 3, total of 2,764,800 pixels

    Lamp*3: 130 W UHM™ lamp

    Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 (4:3 compatible)

    Brightness: 1,000 lumens

    Resolution: RGB: 1280 x 720 pixels (1920 x 1080 pixels with compression)

    Installation: Ceiling/desk, front/rear (menu selection)

    Language: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian

    Terminals: HDMI IN: COMPONENT IN: VIDEO IN: S-VIDEO IN: TRIGGER (out): M3 jack, (stereo mini)

  • John W
    1 month ago

    1855 is the year that the brothers James and John Taylor started making safes in Toronto so I doubt that the 1855 refers to the manufacture date of the safe but rather when the company was established. The company still exists as Chubb-Mosler and Taylor Safes Ltd., Brampton, Ontario. Locate the model number and serial number and give them a call. If it indeed was made in 1855 then it would be one of the first safes to ever be manufactured in Canada but I’ve seen other J&J Taylor safes claiming to be made in 1855 being auctioned for between $1,000 and $2,000 and that’s with the lock intact. The auction website claimed that it was JJ Taylor and said JJ Taylor was an American immigrant who came to Toronto to make safes so obviously they aren’t very good at research since James and John Taylor were English mechanics who immigrated to Canada, later John Taylor returned to England as the Toronto weather was taking a toll on his health.

    There were a lot of J&J Taylor safes made and with the lock damaged, I doubt there is much value to the safe except for someone who wants to rebuild it to have an old looking safe. I think that the lock was a very basic three cog combination lock.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

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  • ?
    4 days ago

    J&j Taylor Safe

  • samcazz
    1 month ago

    I would give you $2.

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