Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey

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Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • Antique Kerosene Public Telephone Street Lamp by Humphrey
  • $375.00
This kerosene gas lamp by Humphrey General Gas Light Co. is believed to have originated in the 1910s. It was during this period that Humphrey produced much of their namesake gas lanterns that would go on to light homes and public spaces where electricity was not yet available. This lantern has been joined with a porcelain enamel "Public Telephone" sign. The lamp features a glass housing by Pyrex that has been preserved beautifully. It is unclear if this piece was a marriage or if it is original. The piece may be mounted to a ceiling so that the sign may be read. It may also be mounted to a wall, depending on your preference. 
 
The piece measures 10.25"L x 6.5"W.

AB - 102854 - 082118

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