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From our Collection of fine New England Student Lamps acquired over the last thirty four years . . . 
All are in good working order be they electrified or in original oil burning state.  Common to all pieces shown is their examplary condition.  The shades on all of them are those that were being used in the homes from which they came.  ENJOY!
 
 
 
Pressed Acanthus Leaf Whale Oil Lamp
 
 Pair of
Early Copper Candle Lanterns

Tin Whale Oil Lantern with Blown Globe
Tin Crusie on Tidy Top

19th Century "Frog" Lamp . . . Miner's Lamp
 

Tin Fingerlamp with Rare Blue Japanned Finish

 

Rare French Brass Lantern
 
 
 
Sandwich Glass Lamp,
c.1825-28


Copper Tinderbox, Complete with Flint and Steel

 

 


Extremely RARE and Wonderful Sandwich Glass Hand Candlestick,
c. 1850-80

Two Rare Little Chamber Lamps, c. 1725

 


Wood Candle Lantern in Original Apple Green Paint.  A Rare Survivor

Cut Overlay Lamp, Moorish Windows, c. 1860.

 


Pair Sandwich Glass Whale Oil Lamps with Hand Blown Acid Etched Shades


 
Smith & Stonesifer Type Patent Lard Oil Lamp, c. 1854 Patent


Brass Spout Lamp on Tall Stand, c. 1830


Sandwich Star
c.1850's


 





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