Padlock made of iron, which is square in shape when viewed from the front, and T-shaped in cross-section. The padlock is painted red on the top and around the edges. The front is decorated with incised designs. There is a hinged panel that flips up to reveal a keyhole, and another panel on the top. There is a third keyhole on the proper left-hand side of the padlock. The lock itself that is on the proper right side of the device.
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