One of eighty-six early incandescent lamps. Carbon

One of eighty-six early incandescent lamps. Carbon filament lamp, arch filament, one support into sealing pip, elongated clear bulb, with shoulder, well above base. Top pip. Carbon attached to short platinum (?) wires, than by right angle joint to bent copper wires supported by T shaped glass stem, than to platinum wires through glass. Cruto base, (brass cylindrial with flange, plaster attached & insulated, central screw for second contact). Cruto stuck on printed label says CRUTO 16 cand. 101 V

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Category:
Lighting
Object Number:
1923-173/47
type:
carbon filament lamp
credit:
Institution of Electronical Engineering
status:
Permanent collection

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