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P Bellamy
05-10-2011, 15:28
Remember these I dug up a while back?

http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k227/ramc181/A3L3.jpg

http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k227/ramc181/A3L2.jpg

http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k227/ramc181/A3L1.jpg

Here's a complete one a friend of mine got from eBay a few months ago, after repainting:


The glass has the following raised wording around the 'lip' - where the screw down clips hold the glass to the lid. 'HEAT RESISTING' 'BRITISH MADE' and 'PHOENIX'

6284

6285

6286

6287

6288

Same N4031 number on the base:

6289

All the best,
PB

Carnaby
05-10-2011, 16:08
Here's a complete one a friend of mine got from eBay a few months ago, after repainting...
Remember seeing that item. H'e done a superb job.
Next task is to find a Contact Lighting approach floodlamp !

P Bellamy
05-10-2011, 17:00
The fittings on the target arrow in THIS (http://www.thornham-norfolk.co.uk/Tw%20%282%29%20%28Small%29.jpg) photo of Titchwell Range look quite a bit like the "Low-Dome" A3 illustrated in the 1954 AP:

http://i118.photobucket.com/albums/o102/grahamcrisp/Approach.jpg

P Bellamy
12-12-2013, 00:19
These look awfully familiar... ;)

http://www.skinflintdesign.co.uk/store/ceiling_lights/vintage_industrial_lighting_mk1.html