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Posted 4 years ago

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CAN ANYONE TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT THIS LAMP. I THINK I FOUND OUT THAT IT IS CALLED TRIANGLER TUBE STATION LAMP #4. IT IS A BIG ONE AND HAS PAT DATES STAMPED IN THE METAL AS WELL AS ( BUT GETTING FAINT ) C.T. HAM MFG CO. PAINTED ON THE SIDE. IT IS ABOUT 24 INCH TALL NOT COUNTING THE WIRE LOOP HANDLE. I CAN FIND NOTHING ABOUT THIS LAMP AND WOULD LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT WHEN IT WAS USED AND WHERE IT WOULD HAVE BEEN USED. HOW RARE IF SO IS IT AND ABOUT WHAT THE VALUE MIGHT BE. THANKS FOR ANY HELP THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE AND CAN I READ ABOUT IT ANYWHERE ON LINE, THANKS, KENT

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  1. KyKathy, 4 years ago
    That is just beautiful. I like the stuff in the background....but I have no idea what your item may have been used for. Looks like something used by the railroad if I were to guess. Very cool!
  2. John, 3 years ago
    Hello, Lamp was manufactured by Charles Trafton Ham. 1880-1886 on this model. Train station lamp or depot platform. Also general use light. Later model was square so as to not cast the center shadow. Contact me---Thanks
  3. kentplymell, 3 years ago
    John, Thanks for the information. I can be contacted at pkplymell@yahoo.com. I don't see a way to contact you. Thanks! Kent

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