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Author Topic: Oddball incandescent tube light  (Read 753 times)

Offline Lvxarcana

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Oddball incandescent tube light
« on: August 21, 2019, 05:41:54 pm »
Hello all,
This is my first post on this great forum. Iím at a loss trying to ID this unusual old light fixture. It runs on 115vac. It appears to be hand blown and pre WWII. The tube has brass terminals connecting filaments inside so itís incandescent. It was salvaged in western Canada. The only marking thatís legible still is a Capital A beside the brass terminal. Any information would be graciously received.
Thanks

Offline Lvxarcana

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Re: Oddball incandescent tube light
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2019, 05:49:56 pm »
Apologies for the PDF attachment. The forum limits the size. Any tips on uploading files from an iPhone would help. Iím happy to email anyone interested some photos.

Offline cmshapiro

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Re: Oddball incandescent tube light
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2019, 06:42:59 pm »
please email me a pic at cmshapiro@me.com, I can probably help you ID this. Chad