Definition of Lever tumbler
1. Noun. A flat metal tumbler in a lever lock.
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Literary usage of Lever tumbler
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1. Locks and Builders Hardware: A Hand Book for Architects by Henry Robinson Towne (1904)
"lever tumbler—A lock tumbler having a pivotal action. See Tumbler, page 32A; also page ro, piece 19, and page 105, Fig. 4. ..."
2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Lever-tumbler locks are master-keyed in three ways, either by providing two ... lever tumbler Locks.— These locks may contain several tumblers, ..."
3. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"The internal construction is the same in both locks. Fig. 629 f shows lock-details of mortise lever-tumbler Kg. 612. ..."
4. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1836)
"It will now be evident, that by the above arrangement the moveable support can be brought nearer to, or further from, the fulcrum m, of the lever tumbler b; ..."
5. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1827)
"There is in this improved lock, one rotatory , tumbler, and one lever .tumbler, both of which must be placed in certain positions at the same moment, ..."
6. ... The Boy with the U. S. Inventors by Francis William Rolt-Wheeler (1920)
"Lever-tumbler locks, in use at the time, had shown a better manner-of moving the bolt. He applied the Egyptian 'pin-tumbler' to a more modern bolt. ..."
7. A Treatise on Fire & Thief-proof Depositories and Locks and Keys by of Wolverhampton George Price, George Price (1856)
"The friction-roller consists of a circular plate or disc, which revolves on a stud fixed to the end of a lever-tumbler, which latter works on a stud fixed ..."