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Author Topic: Porcelain sockets, (50) antique working bulbs, Carbon Sticks  (Read 2814 times)
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« on: September 26, 2003, 03:32:00 AM »

I have a pre 1902 Battle Creek Sanitarium incandescent electric-light bath.  It contains 50 antique light bulbs and 48 of these GE sockets. Only 42 of these light bulbs still work.   The socket says "G.E. CO. U.S.A.  250 V.  660 w.    It is a double socket (a socket on both ends) and is made up of three percelain parts.  It clamps directly to the MIDDLE of a string of wire. It looks like the first attempt at track lighting.  One is completely broken and two others could use repair.  I also need about ten antique light bulbs  NALCO 16 CP (candle power)110-115 volts, balloon shaped, 3.5" long, 2 and 1/8th inches in diameter.  OR 10 "NALCO SAINT LOUIS INFRA-RED DRITHERM" bulbs.

I will be selling this light bath when I finish restoring it - soon!  Just in case any one is interested.  I can email pictures of these bulbs and sockets and light box if anyone is in the market.  Anyone care to venture a guess as to how much these componants and cabinet are worth?

By the way, I may have a use for some carbon sticks if any one has any.
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