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Photos Courtesy of  miSci  The Museum of Innovation and Science   Schenectady NY

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Credited to Ron Jeter.













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... Yep    You nailed it Russ...  May 1899



Russ Huber
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The 99 candlestick 6 pole table model before.... as found in pristine condition from Chicago Bob. 







After I removed all the factory guard wrap solder and patina, modified a badge on the guard, and painted the rotor gold. Live and learn. Fact Jack.






Last edited on Sat Oct 24th, 2020 06:42 pm by Russ Huber

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What is this?


Jim Kovar
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If for use in a public place,...

maybe a concealed rotary on/off switch,
accessible behind the round cover plate.

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Nickel finished?   :wondering:


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