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Anglada Illuminating and Signal Lamp Patent II
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  Oxweld Bottom.JPG - OXWELD CARBIDE LANTERN - Brass and steel railroad lamp, 6 in. diameter at base, 10 1/4 in. tall, wood on handle, 4 in. dia. concave glass lens, marked OXWELD CARBIDE LANTERN - Brass and steel railroad lamp, 6 in. diameter at base, 10 1/4 in. tall, wood on handle, 4 in. dia. concave glass lens, marked OXWELD RAILROAD LAMP, NO. 2155, PATENT NO. 1605505 on top brass plate (Although clearly marked as a railroad lamp, it's highly likely that these lamps were also used underground. Patent No. 1605505 refers to the spring water feed mechanism awarded to John M. Brock of Brooklyn, NY on Nov. 2, 1926. Brock was one of the original founders of the Dewar Manufacturing Co. in 1914. This same patent marking occurs on the Dew-R-Lite superintendent-style hand lamp shown in my hand lamp section. The pic of the bottom and water feed tube of this lamp is identical to that of the Dew-R-Lite lamp. It would appear that Dewar manufactured this lamp for the Oxweld Company.)  
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Oxweld Bottom | OXWELD CARBIDE LANTERN - Brass and steel railroad lamp, 6 in. diameter at base, 10 1/4 in. tall, wood on handle, 4 in. dia. concave glass lens, marked OXWELD CARBIDE LANTERN - Brass and steel railroad lamp, 6 in. diameter at base, 10 1/4 in. tall, wood on handle, 4 in. dia. concave glass lens, marked OXWELD RAILROAD LAMP, NO. 2155, PATENT NO. 1605505 on top brass plate (Although clearly marked as a railroad lamp, it's highly likely that these lamps were also used underground. Patent No. 1605505 refers to the spring water feed mechanism awarded to John M. Brock of Brooklyn, NY on Nov. 2, 1926. Brock was one of the original founders of the Dewar Manufacturing Co. in 1914. This same patent marking occurs on the Dew-R-Lite superintendent-style hand lamp shown in my hand lamp section. The pic of the bottom and water feed tube of this lamp is identical to that of the Dew-R-Lite lamp. It would appear that Dewar manufactured this lamp for the Oxweld Company.) Download Original Image
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