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Old 10-08-2019, 09:07:25 PM
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Been going through a lot of my grandfathers stuff again and found this. All I can make out is oil city pa. Was told it was called a yellow dog or a Derrick lamp. Not sure if it’s original or reproduction. Anyway to verify anything or possibly get a value?
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does not look like a repop to me, too well made and worn.... nice find tho...
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Looks like a Eaton Cole and Burnham , they was before Oil Well Supply . Are you going to hang on to it ?
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Thanks guys. Yeah I’m going to hang on to it. Trying to work out a good trade with my dad on my grandpas stuff. Try to keep some of it in the family. I used to go to the shows with him about 25 years ago but was too young to appreciate it.
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That is great you are going to keep grapaws things , could you get some other pictures of the yellow dog? I would like to see the spouts mostly . Thank you .
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Looks like a Eaton Cole and Burnham , they was before Oil Well Supply . Are you going to hang on to it ?
I agree: E. C. & B. CO.
Its a keeper- most are missing the lid.
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