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Victor No 1 Ad From May 1893 Stone Magazine
Victor No. 1 Blasting Machine Front
Victor No. 1 Ad From 1890s Catalog
  Victor No. 1 Blasting Machine Crank.jpg - VICTOR NO. 1 BLASTING MACHINE - Rare cranking Victor No. 1 blasting machine; fires 1 to 8 caps, with oval DUPONT tag on side marked MANUFACTURED BY E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, U.S.A., 8 1/2 in. H x  7 in. D x 5 3/8 in. W, weighs 15 lbs, marked tag on top VICTOR NO. BLASTING MACHINE WILL FIRE 1 TO 8 HOLES including instructions on cranking and firing the machine, oak dove-tailed cabinet with original hardware, working condition  (The Victor No. 1 blasting machine is shown in a May 1893 ad in Stone magazine as being manufactured by the James Macbeth & Co., 128 Maiden Lane, New York, NY.  This same issue notes that James Macbeth & Co. had expanded their Jamaica, Long Island factory to handle increased business for their electric blasting machine business.  Additional ads in the Sept. 1898 Engineering and Mining Journal and the July 1901 Mines and Minerals periodical show that James Macbeth & Co. continued to offer the Victor No. 1 blaster.  In 1906 the James Macbeth and Company plant moved to Pompton Lakes from Jamaica, New York, and became part of Du Pont's Electric Exploder Company.  It is unknown when the Victor No. 1 production ceased.)  
Victor No. 1 Crank Side
Victor No. 1 Side
Victor Blasting Machine Ad from July 1901 Mines and Minerals
Victor No. 1 Blasting Machine Tag
Victor No. 1 Blasting Machine Dupont Tag

Victor No. 1 Blasting Machine Crank | VICTOR NO. 1 BLASTING MACHINE - Rare cranking Victor No. 1 blasting machine; fires 1 to 8 caps, with oval DUPONT tag on side marked MANUFACTURED BY E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, U.S.A., 8 1/2 in. H x 7 in. D x 5 3/8 in. W, weighs 15 lbs, marked tag on top VICTOR NO. BLASTING MACHINE WILL FIRE 1 TO 8 HOLES including instructions on cranking and firing the machine, oak dove-tailed cabinet with original hardware, working condition (The Victor No. 1 blasting machine is shown in a May 1893 ad in Stone magazine as being manufactured by the James Macbeth & Co., 128 Maiden Lane, New York, NY. This same issue notes that James Macbeth & Co. had expanded their Jamaica, Long Island factory to handle increased business for their electric blasting machine business. Additional ads in the Sept. 1898 Engineering and Mining Journal and the July 1901 Mines and Minerals periodical show that James Macbeth & Co. continued to offer the Victor No. 1 blaster. In 1906 the James Macbeth and Company plant moved to Pompton Lakes from Jamaica, New York, and became part of Du Pont's Electric Exploder Company. It is unknown when the Victor No. 1 production ceased.) Download Original Image
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