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Ship's Lamp - Kerosene, circa 1820s-1880s Reg. No: ST 026373
- Kerosene ship's lamp, circa 1820s-1880s. It could have been used as a portable lamp or a hanging one.
- Metal and glass ship's lamp with a metal handle. The lamp has a grey coloured metal base on top of which sits a spherical glass cover, over the wick and where the flame would burn. There are five bars of metal which sit around and above the glass to protect it from breaking.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from E. Heiliger, 1969
|Dimensions:||322.00 mm (Height), 195.00 mm (Width), 195.00 mm (Length)|
|Weight:||1.27 g (Weight)|
|Tagged with:||lamps, water transport, shipboard travel|
|Themes this item is part of:||Journeys of a Lifetime, Immigration Museum Exhibition, 1998-2015, Transport Collection|
|Primary Classification:||WATER TRANSPORT|
|Secondary Classification:||Ship Fittings & Auxiliaries|
|Tertiary Classification:||lamps & lighting|
|Date Used:||circa 1820s-1880s|
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