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03/18/2018 07:19 PM
VINTAGE FIRE EXTINGUISHER LAMP
Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 35” high
Comments. This lamp is made from a vintage copper body fire extinguisher which has brass labels as well has nozzle elbow and screw on cover. This is a model SECO that was made by E.F. Dahill Jr. & Co of New Bedford Mass. It has a flexible hose with a clear hard plastic nozzle. It has been electrified via drilling a hole in the bottom as well as through the top and adding a light fixture with a twist off/on knob. It comes with a shade and has a long cord. This item is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wear on the protective outer coating and has some soiling. Give it a good buffing or enjoy its nice patina, either way this one’s ready for your home. It makes a nice retro light for your living room or man town cave. A must-have for the firemen at your station.
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