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    Posted 8 years ago

    Cookeesncr…
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    I hope someone can help! I have looked everywhere I can think of but I cannot find any info on these lamps. I found one close to it, shown above, but nothing more. I found one other pic, but nothing with the posts like these, one red and one blue as shown. They are in great shape just dusty, would they be worth putting out to show? Anyone with info please contact me via email. Cookeesncreem52@gmail.com

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    1. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 8 years ago
      worth putting out?YES!!!!!!These old lamps are very collectible ,not just by gas and oil guys.Not sure there is any way to tell what station they came from,as those colors would fit many companies.Wash them up with a little "comet"cleaning powder and plenty of water,and they will shine!Thanks for posting!
    2. AZVintageLighting AZVintageLighting, 8 years ago
      This is a Porcelain Enamel Service Station light. Referred to by collectors as a harp service / gas station light, for the brackets holding up the shade. Very sought after by Petroliana collectors. Green is the common. Other colors less so. A couple different manufacturers made them, Wheeler & Stonco among them. They all had set screws so the light could secured to an upright pole. Your mounting stand seems a bit fancier. Hope that helps..

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