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1920s era Gilbert & Barker double lubester
#566993 Tue Sep 09 2014 10:19 AM
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I recently purchased a circa 1920s era double oil lubester. It is a Gilbert & Barker, and on the round lid it has an oval tag (2.5" x 1.5") I was wondering where I could find a nice replacement? When I restored the lubester they powers coated the org. tag
I am a little new at collecting and restoring petroliana but I love it. any help will be much appreciated!!!
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Chris

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Re: 1920s era Gilbert & Barker double lubester
dvldog61 #567015 Tue Sep 09 2014 11:38 AM
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How about applying some aircraft stripper on the tag and bubble off the powdercoat?

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gasmelincelr #567019 Tue Sep 09 2014 11:44 AM
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I could try that. I was just afraid it would ruin the tag also. Thanks, I might give that a try.


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