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Crown Logan-Gregg  Hardware Tri Metal
  Crown Logan-Gregg Hardware Tri Metal Marking.JPG - CROWN LOGAN-GREGG HARDWARE TRI-METAL - Crown tri-metal face lamp, brass collar, copper font and bottom, lid stamped PAT. MAY 26, 1908 & APRIL 20, 09, lamp stands 2 1/4 in. to lid, bottom marked CROWN REGISTERED TRADE MARK and TRADE MARK LOGAN-GREGG STERLING HARDWARE CO.  (the Logan and Kennedy Hardware started business in Pittsburgh in 1831; in 1867 the business changed its name to Logan-Gregg & Co; a 1912 catalog lists 8 different varieties of oil wick lamps produced under the Crown patent with the Logan-Gregg Sterling Hardware label, the Sterling stamp refers to “goods covered by our personal guarantee and are strictly first quality;” see Johnson, Eureka #15, pp 12-13)  
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Crown Logan-Gregg Hardware Tri Metal Marking | CROWN LOGAN-GREGG HARDWARE TRI-METAL - Crown tri-metal face lamp, brass collar, copper font and bottom, lid stamped PAT. MAY 26, 1908 & APRIL 20, 09, lamp stands 2 1/4 in. to lid, bottom marked CROWN REGISTERED TRADE MARK and TRADE MARK LOGAN-GREGG STERLING HARDWARE CO. (the Logan and Kennedy Hardware started business in Pittsburgh in 1831; in 1867 the business changed its name to Logan-Gregg & Co; a 1912 catalog lists 8 different varieties of oil wick lamps produced under the Crown patent with the Logan-Gregg Sterling Hardware label, the Sterling stamp refers to “goods covered by our personal guarantee and are strictly first quality;” see Johnson, Eureka #15, pp 12-13) Download Original Image
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