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Old 08-09-2018, 09:31:02 AM
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An Unusual one was found at a “FLEA” market to add to the collection . The only marking on it is N 667. It’s 6 ˝” round, single spout, 10# cast iron, with the original handle. The top is probably wrong, but at least it has one . Can anyone identify the maker and its specific use other than the obvious .
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never seen one like that especially at a flea market.
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That's pretty cool Paul. Maybe someone who has an old Oil Well Supply catalog might find one like it listed in there.
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I found an old Oil Well Supply Catalogue on line and all it had shown , up to page 112, figure 244, was a 2 spouted (normal type we see) Derrick Lamp. I just stopped as there were to many pages to search through while having "FUN", even in NJ on the way through .
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Hey Paul, any way you could post a link or address to that online Oil Well Supply catalog you found? I'd be interested in taking a look at it.
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Peter: Here it is , for you, and others interested .

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Peter Holmander. I got lots of catalogs on Facebook ofes page

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Thanks Tom. I was not aware that there was an OFES Facebook page. When I get a chance, I will check it out. And thanks for posting the other link to the catalog Paul.
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