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#605184 Tue Mar 24 2015 02:34 PM
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Are these revere lights? I never saw this type before? They are taller at the top. Did they cost more, older or used different then gas stations. thanks Frank

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Re: station light
no gas #605233 Tue Mar 24 2015 07:27 PM
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Frank--These were probably made by Benjamin and not Revere. They made a lot of these 2 piece station lights, and I have seen them in at least 4 colors. Black, white, green and red.
They were commonly used as station lights and could be found in a variety of places, including on top of a Revere accessory pole, that would maybe have air and water running thru it.
The shade part is also the only type shade that I have ever seen used on a Tokheim 36B stationlighter. Here are some pics of 2 in my shop. The first one is pictured on my Eco Islander and the second picture shows the same type shade, but a different harp for use on a Tokheim 36B stationlighter.

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Last edited by K W FRITH; Tue Mar 24 2015 07:28 PM.

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