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  Aluminum Pat Apd For I.JPG - CAST ALUMINUM I - Cast aluminum face lamp, stamped PAT APD FOR with 3 below the marking, steel hook, 2 1/2 in. to top of lid, 1 3/4 in. base dia., 3 1/2 in. to tip of spout; unfired condition; see aluminum lamp comparison pic  (the construction of this lamp follows the patent filed by Scott Hammond of Freeport, IL awarded as patent No. 929,423 on July 27, 1909; the Hammond patent describes a lamp whereby the body and spout are cast in one piece with cast ears adjacent to the upper end of the body to which the cast lid is pivotally secured; a cast socket on the side of the body is used to attach a hook; although the maker of the lamp is unknown, the lamp clearly follows the Hammond patent)  
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Aluminum Pat Apd For I | CAST ALUMINUM I - Cast aluminum face lamp, stamped PAT APD FOR with 3 below the marking, steel hook, 2 1/2 in. to top of lid, 1 3/4 in. base dia., 3 1/2 in. to tip of spout; unfired condition; see aluminum lamp comparison pic (the construction of this lamp follows the patent filed by Scott Hammond of Freeport, IL awarded as patent No. 929,423 on July 27, 1909; the Hammond patent describes a lamp whereby the body and spout are cast in one piece with cast ears adjacent to the upper end of the body to which the cast lid is pivotally secured; a cast socket on the side of the body is used to attach a hook; although the maker of the lamp is unknown, the lamp clearly follows the Hammond patent) Download Original Image
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