I don't have any literature on this pump, I only have the picture that is on pg. 230 of my new Gas Pump Bible, identification book. It shows two sight glasses and two hoses, so it operates from both sides. I don't know if there was a single.
One more piece of information, this pump was not patented by Fry, it was patented by Wayne Pump Company.
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Here we have a double cylinder visiguage made by Morrison Brothers from Dubuque, Iowa. I'm sure this was a jobber item, made to fill a demand somewhere in the gas pump industry. From the construction, it would seem to have come from the clock face era and more than likely made to fit the early series of Wayne clock face pumps? The double cylinder construction and the retaining bracket are made an awful lot like the factory Wayne double cylinder visiguage! This unique piece is all original and retains the original glass, and the original spinners are free and intact! A very unique piece in its original color and condition, that would fit right onto your old Wayne Clock face pump! Priced at $500 and shipping
That was my same thought, every thing else that’s posted is nice and bright. It’s a shame when someone knows the difference between what’s real and what’s a reproduction and is listing it like they have no idea. That’s what made me post this!:(