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Little and big, 65 Watt Philips and 200w

Little and big, 65 Watt Philips and 200w

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Taken at my friends house garage , he deals with 1950s 1960s steam and items like organs items, mechanics old railway stuff ETC> his house is full of interesting stuff, but i saw these in his garage and kitchen

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Album name:Fox Mantra / Other bulbs and Lighting stuff
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Date added:Nov 17, 2014
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Nov 17, 2014 at 10:38 PM Author: Globe Collector
Who makes those doors! They must churn out literally millions of them! Whatever happened to all the traditional doors and windows in the U.K. I'll bet even Toad Hall has a pair of these on the front entrance now! My goodness is there ever going to be a BIG pile of scrap ally in 60 years' time!

A45 White silica fumed G.L.S. left, A80 short neck HF etched pearl G.L.S. right. The small one is probably one of those G.L.S. retrofit double jacket halogens made by Philips at their plant just south west of Lodz in Poland, a former Polamp plant. The bulb is a little to small for that power rating in a conventional lamp. If Osram it was probably made at the Nove Zamky plant near Bratislava.

The A80 looks like a Sylvania branded lamp from Lyon, in France.

Manufactured articles should be made to be used, not made to be sold!

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