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This was done by Luggage World in Minneapolis. $27. They did not have a silver clasp. But looks fine to me. They did a black clasp replacement too. They fit perfectly.

Finding someone to actually repair it took 30 minutes of computer and phone work. Only one I found.
 

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Jack,I'm guessing you're fairly handy;next time try HardwareElf.com.Under latches and hasps you'll find exact replacements.A couple of split rivets and you're a luggage repair guy also.
 

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I threw an old (1982) Perazzi case away because the dials on the combination lock got turned somehow and the combination didn't work anymore. I got fed up with opening the case with a screw driver.
 

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My luggage repair shop in Los Angeles has the exact lock (w/o the name) for varies Perazzi locks, Not all Perazzi cases use the same lock, some don't have name on it.
 

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Thanks Bob. I'll try that. Being an old sailboat racer we did a lot of pop riveting. I still hav emy old tools and will get with this Elf guy site
 
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