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European Frosted Globe Lamp

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Album name:Paul / Standard GLS Lamps
Comments:An interesting specimen here. Externally frosted with a pip top. Marking on the cap suggests 230v 32w, possibly of continental origin. Sadly the finely single coild filament has long broken.
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Date added:Apr 12, 2020
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Sparkygav   [Jun 26, 2020 at 07:34 PM]
A difficult one this, I have amassed 100,s of old pip top lamps now and it has revealed that there were a mass of different British lamp makers, in my early years I used to think lamps that were not 230v were all foreign and was rare to find any British lamp with a working voltage over 120v so it is likely this lamp was foreign made or intended for a foreign market especially with that e27 screw base.
Sparkygav   [Jun 26, 2020 at 09:48 PM]
Forgot to add, many manufacturers of these old lamps often did not put their names on them, little symbols or logos were often used, as an example if you see a small letter s in a circle on a lamp like this then it was made by Siemens.

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