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  Justrite Burner Tip Cleaners.jpg - JUSTRITE TIP CLEANERS – Three Justrite carbide lamp burner tip cleaners are shown.  The hard-to-find Justrite Self Guiding Tip Cleaner on the left is 2 in. long with a brass body and a spring retractable tip housing the cleaner wire.  This item was first advertised by Justrite in a Dec. 10, 1913 Salesman’s Catalog as No. 74 but was available only until July 1915.  It is marked JUSTRITE PAT.APLD.FOR on the brass tube but I can find no record of the actual patent. This tip cleaner was seemingly replaced in Justrite advertising by the No. 37 Wire Brush Cleaner in the center.  This cleaner is 2 1/2 in. long with a nickel-plated brass body and sliding sleeve that protects the wires when not in use.  Justrite included 50 rust-proof steel wires in this cleaner.  The earliest advertising date for the No. 37 wire brush cleaner is Justrite brochure Form C. M. 10 issued after July 1915.  The No. 37 wire tip cleaner was continuously offered by Justrite up through at least Catalog No. 10A issued around 1938.  It was renumbered by Justrite as No. 5-037 and offered at least into the 1940s.  The nickel-plated brass Tip Reamer case on the right is 2 3/8 in. long and was advertised as Justrite No. 145 including a dozen tip reamers in the case.  Its earliest date offered is in the same brochure Form C. M. 10 after July 1915.  The No. 145 was advertised up through Justrite Catalog No. 10A as well.  Sometime in the mid to late 1930s, Justrite changed the metal reamer tube to wood and renumbered the item as No. 5-245. See Kouts, Miners’ Carbide Lamp Reference – Justrite Catalogs Vol. 10, 2006  
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 74
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 37 Open
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 37 Closed
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 22
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaners Nos. 37 and 22

Justrite Burner Tip Cleaners | JUSTRITE TIP CLEANERS – Three Justrite carbide lamp burner tip cleaners are shown. The hard-to-find Justrite Self Guiding Tip Cleaner on the left is 2 in. long with a brass body and a spring retractable tip housing the cleaner wire. This item was first advertised by Justrite in a Dec. 10, 1913 Salesman’s Catalog as No. 74 but was available only until July 1915. It is marked JUSTRITE PAT.APLD.FOR on the brass tube but I can find no record of the actual patent. This tip cleaner was seemingly replaced in Justrite advertising by the No. 37 Wire Brush Cleaner in the center. This cleaner is 2 1/2 in. long with a nickel-plated brass body and sliding sleeve that protects the wires when not in use. Justrite included 50 rust-proof steel wires in this cleaner. The earliest advertising date for the No. 37 wire brush cleaner is Justrite brochure Form C. M. 10 issued after July 1915. The No. 37 wire tip cleaner was continuously offered by Justrite up through at least Catalog No. 10A issued around 1938. It was renumbered by Justrite as No. 5-037 and offered at least into the 1940s. The nickel-plated brass Tip Reamer case on the right is 2 3/8 in. long and was advertised as Justrite No. 145 including a dozen tip reamers in the case. Its earliest date offered is in the same brochure Form C. M. 10 after July 1915. The No. 145 was advertised up through Justrite Catalog No. 10A as well. Sometime in the mid to late 1930s, Justrite changed the metal reamer tube to wood and renumbered the item as No. 5-245. See Kouts, Miners’ Carbide Lamp Reference – Justrite Catalogs Vol. 10, 2006 Download Original Image
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