Posted 12 years ago
These are neat.
There is a spring loaded button on the bottom of the base where if you lift it up, the candle illuminates and when you set it down, it'll turn off. You can also override this feature where it'll stay lit all the time by pushing the button in and then pulling the button out when you want to turn it off. Made in the 30s starting around 1932. Uses (2) "C" batteries.
I am also lucky enough to have one new in the box.