Steampunk Industrial / Steam Gauge Lamp / New York / Marine / Nautical

Steampunk Industrial / Steam Gauge Lamp / New York / Marine / Nautical / Lamp #3029


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  • Each lamp has a unique serial number and signed, (serial numbers can be tracked on our website) 
    • Copyrighted design
    • Lamp 3029
  • Antique 8" Steam/pressure gauge from the early 1900's
    • Very rare steam gauge, this steam pressure gauge adds a $300 premium to this lamp.  
    • Writing on dial "Gas Engine And Power Company, and Chas l. Seabury & Co Consolidated Morris Heights New York City"
    • Gas Engine & Power Company & Charles L. Seabury Company was a ship building firm located in the Bronx, New York. It was formed in 1896 from the merger of the Charles L. Seabury Company, founded in 1885 in Nyack New York and the Gas Engine & Power Company, founded about the same time in Morris Heights Bronx, Seabury was famous for its steam Yachts and Gas Engine & Power Company primary focus was in naptha-powered launches

    • Super nice gauge in very nice condition
      • Solid brass body 
      • Brass dial with a nickel finish 
    • Gauge made by Ashcroft

  • Antique Gear base 
  • Antique 1930's brass meter
  • Industrial power on/off switch mounted on the back of the meter
  • Assembled with various plumbing pipe fittings, some new and some old
  • Stands ~27"  very solid and well built, weighs about 38lbs
  • Three wire power system, with approved connectors and wiring, with a ground wire added for safety
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