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This bulb was made in 1929, in the soviet times. It once had a stamp on it, but faded of when I tried to clean the tube. it is frosted, and it is 22 volts 100 wats. The mushroom shape looks a lot similar to ones that had a carbon filaments in them. The base is rusted as HELL!!! i CAN'T EVEN SCREW IT IN E27 BASE! I have to turn it on by hand by connecting two wires to the base.

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Oct 19, 2018 at 03:13 AM Author:
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You are very mistaken. This anreal. The shape of this bulb was introduced for new lamps with new gas filling - crepton, which increased the service life of the lamps.
1979 is more real.
The very first incandescent lamps manufactured in the USSR were such
https://street-lighting.webnode.ru/lampy-bytovogo-naznacheniya/prochie-lampy/get-220-10/
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Oct 19, 2018 at 03:41 AM Author: migette1
That website is good shows my flicker candles (candle in the wind) as you say Mushroom lamps appeared in UK I think in 70s or before Philips K type was one, will put it up when I find it...Vytautas it is nice to see the Russian lamps keep showing....peter

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Oct 19, 2018 at 05:21 AM Author:
In USSR first "K" lamp appeared in the 1970's.
They were produced by Brest and Riga factories.
https://street-lighting.webnode.ru/lampy-bytovogo-naznacheniya/resr-relz/bk220-60/
https://street-lighting.webnode.ru/lampy-bytovogo-naznacheniya/resr-relz/bko220-100/
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Oct 19, 2018 at 06:36 AM Author: migette1
Thanks for the info...peter

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