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  AutoLite NP Captive Nut Reflector.jpg - AUTOLITE NP CAPTIVE NUT REFLECTOR - Rare nickel-plated brass AutoLite cap lamp, ca. 1923, early 2 1/2 in. reflector with an attached swivelling captive nut to secure it to threaded burner tube, notched reflector brace permanently attached to the lamp top, captive nut reflector patented by Adolph C. Recker as patent No. 1,513,068 awarded on Oct. 28, 1924 and assigned to the Chase Co. of Waterbury, CT who was the most likely manufacturer of the lamp for Universal, unmarked bottom, top marked AUTO LITE REG US PAT OFFICE UNIVERSAL LAMP CO. CHICAGO, U.S.A. (This lamp is one of two reported NP captive nut lamps known; the other known lamp has a smaller diameter, deeper dish captive nut reflector; obtained from my good Alaska friend Neil Tysver; see Thorpe Carbide Light pp 82-83)  
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AutoLite NP Captive Nut Reflector | AUTOLITE NP CAPTIVE NUT REFLECTOR - Rare nickel-plated brass AutoLite cap lamp, ca. 1923, early 2 1/2 in. reflector with an attached swivelling captive nut to secure it to threaded burner tube, notched reflector brace permanently attached to the lamp top, captive nut reflector patented by Adolph C. Recker as patent No. 1,513,068 awarded on Oct. 28, 1924 and assigned to the Chase Co. of Waterbury, CT who was the most likely manufacturer of the lamp for Universal, unmarked bottom, top marked AUTO LITE REG US PAT OFFICE UNIVERSAL LAMP CO. CHICAGO, U.S.A. (This lamp is one of two reported NP captive nut lamps known; the other known lamp has a smaller diameter, deeper dish captive nut reflector; obtained from my good Alaska friend Neil Tysver; see Thorpe Carbide Light pp 82-83) Download Original Image
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