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1898. The harpoonlike hooks were hung on chair backs or from nails or thrust ir
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virging reservoir.. i!l0, lion "' betty" lamp on turned wooden
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Three patent models of tin lard-burning lamps: Left, Harvey Tomlinson's patent, Geneva

N. Y., September 1, 1843, embodying an Argand burner with copper air tube. Middle

Zebulon Warroll's patent, Chester Hill, Ohio, February 7, 1842, depending upon gravity

for flow of fuel, the heat from the flame warming the lard in the reservoir. Right, One

of several patents by Robert Cornelius, of Philadelphia, this one dated April 6, 1843: A

ribbon wick with copper conductor strip is the working principle.


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cscondarv reservoir to primary reservoir and wick. Middle, Maltby and Neal's lard lamp
patented by Benjamin K. Maltby, Rootstown, Ohio, May 4, 1842. The patented feature
s a pair of perforated copper wick tubes to assure equal distribution of lard into wicks
when pressure is applied, preventing wicks from being displaced. Right, Lard lamp
patented by Thomas Sewell, New York, October 2, 1847. Turning the inner portion of
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'Paterit models illtistrating inventive ingenuity: Left, Rosin lamp, with heater underneath
to keep the rosin fluid, patented by Prentice Sargent, Newburyport, Mass., March 4, 1856.
A- middle, Lard lamp patented by Silas B. Terry, Plymouth, Conn February 24, 1843.
Right, Fluid vapor lamp patented by C. A. Green, Philadelphia, April 21, 1857. The
small burner seen at, right -superheated the volatile fuel in the large burner, causing it
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left is most typical. American, about 1830-1840. .


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No. 95003. Vase Lamp. Extra large size. Nicely proportioned and an
ornamentt to any parlor, large climax burner. The decoration is a finely execut-
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No. 95004. Vase Lan). A very stylish lamp. Decoration is similar to No.
5 except that it is on a matt ground which gives a much richer appearance.
EPice..................... .......... ................. .. ** ............ ... ....$2.00


No. 95007. No. 95005. No. 95006.
No. 9005. Vase Lamp. This lamp combines beauty with utility. Center
draught burner, giving a light equal to 65 candles. The decorations are very
rlah ad finelyexecuted. This is fit to grace any drawing room.
Price....... .............. ........... ... .. ...... ...... ..... .... ....... .... 3.35
'No. 9600. C. Lamp. This is one of the most staple lamps in the market.
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with t lamp, the shade and the illuminator taking the place of chimney, and
tus saving you from the breakage of chimneys. Price ................ 88Hc
No. 9007. Study Lamp. This is an elegant lamp for reading or sewing, or
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No. 95002. Lamp. With extra large top shade. 'I'hli
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426. Skating on Artificial Ice, Manchester, 1877. This scene from a French catalouek of 1877 marks the
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