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Christmas Lighting / Re: I've Seen The 1st Sets of Christmas Lights
« Last post by Phillnut on Today at 12:36:19 am »
I would like to see other dresses. Some Where should I go?
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Modern Electric Lighting / Re: 250 Watt lamp
« Last post by Phillnut on Today at 12:35:14 am »
It is a very good light bulb, I like it a lot, it saves a lot of light.
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Antique Bulb Discussion / Royal Ediswan Bulb
« Last post by johnzissler on April 09, 2018, 11:34:25 am »
I have a variety of original early 20th century light bulbs. One is a 'tipped' bayonet bulb that has the name 'Royal Ediswan' and 'by appointment' with the royal crest.
I have no knowledge of light bulbs and wondered if there was any value in this bulb or demand?
I have various other types of similar age including one made in Austria.
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General Discussion / Lumolite Australia
« Last post by Plasma Australia on March 16, 2018, 05:41:00 pm »
Hello everyone,
Im trying to find out more information on the company Hogan Electronics of 17 Gibbens st, Camperdown, NSW and in particular during what years they made neon electrodes for Australian sign companies.
Im a neon and plasma tube maker and was recently given an old glass shops inventory. Amongst the haul is half a box of Lumolite electrodes. I know that the company made glow lamps in the 40's and 50's but if anyone could date the electrode manufacturing time, I would be most grateful..

Cheers!
Gavin
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Kyp's work shines. All I gotta find now are a 7-UP can lamp with a green G-bulb, a few of the candelabra-base Balafires, and one of Don's beautiful Electric Flames. Thank you, Don.

I had the can with the bulb in high school!

Do you know how many American Flag (two vanes, w/ point on top of bulb) he made? What are those worth?
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For Sale / Trade / Re: For sale: Antique "POPEYE" filament lightbulb ca 1930's
« Last post by Knomad on March 02, 2018, 10:08:22 am »
Thank you for your action; I have no way to determine if an inquiry is sincere or malicious. Knomad
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For Sale / Trade / Re: For sale: Antique "POPEYE" filament lightbulb ca 1930's
« Last post by Tim on March 01, 2018, 08:36:55 pm »
Reply to "Unwritter"
I'm not sure I understand your question.  The for-sale description addresses my Popeye bulb; i.e., it works.  If you are interested, I will be glad to answer your question.

I've banned and deleted user "Unwritter" as it appeared very suspicious..
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For Sale / Trade / Re: Antique Edison Bulb and other Edison related items
« Last post by cmshapiro on February 23, 2018, 09:30:35 pm »
PM sent. Please contact me via email or phone number provided.
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Replied to PM.
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Hi,

Yes I am interested in selling. I posted a few photos of some of the items yesterday in the for sale forum. I do not know what the bulb is worth. I would like an honest fair price. From what I am told it is very rare.

Thank you'

Tom
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