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RARE BRASS CAST AND TURNED WHALE OIL LAMP
© JAMES D. JULIA, Inc., Fairfield, Maine, USA

RARE BRASS CAST AND TURNED WHALE OIL LAMP BY WEBB. Egg shaped font has original burner, base underside is signed “Webb”. (of Portland, Maine). SIZE:...

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