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Philips Pastel Yellow Etch

Philips Pastel Yellow Etch

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Interestingly, these were made in Canada.

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Manufacturer:Philips
Lamp
Lamp Type:Incandescent
Base:E26
Shape/Finish:T-19
Service Life:1000 hours
Electrical
Wattage:60w
Voltage:120v
Current:0.5 amperes
Optical
Lumen Output:~800lm
Physical/Production
Fabrication Date:October 1989

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Oct 13, 2019 at 07:23 PM Author: Globe Collector
There are a 240v B22d2 capped versions of these.

There was (as far as I can Remember...and I do have them buried in my collection) ....

Hint of Pink
Hint of Voilet
Hint of Azur
Hint of Green
Hint of Lemon (I think our yellow ones were called)
Hint of Tangarine
Hint of Red

I'll have a look and see if any 240v realm ones have been posted...

Here a "Hint of Pink" from the Pila Plant in Poland.

Here in Australia, ours were sourced from the Sidorajo Plant in Indonesia, Just South of Surabaya...they looked identical to the one iat the other end of the link above.

I notice the North American Realm ones possess no shoulder and the neck tapers right down to the diameter of the base. Ours had a larger diameter neck and a shoulder just above the base rim.

Here are a group of them...did not know G.E. did them too...that one is probably from Nagykanisza in Hungary.

Where do you reckon this one is from, one of the two plants in London, Ontario maybe?

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Oct 13, 2019 at 09:02 PM Author: Mr. Orthosilicate
My personal guess, not knowing too much about lamp factories, would be that this one is from the factory in Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada, as that was originally a Westinghouse factory, and to my knowledge, Westinghouse was the company that first created these T-19 shaped bulbs, which were originally marketed with a standard soft white finish as “eye saver” lamps by Westinghouse.
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Oct 13, 2019 at 09:32 PM Author: Globe Collector
Yes, Interesting, These "T" shape Decor lamps first appeared here in Australia around 1990...but were far pre-dated by the differently shaped "accent" lamps by the G.E.C. Which I had assumed were the anticedents, (or where the idea originated) of all the "T" lamps, but I might be wrong.

I thought Trios Rivieres was just a H.I.D. plant (again, might be incorrect as I base a plant's production upon what is represented in my collection...however domestic Canadian made lamps are very rare here in Australia so their representation in my collection is rather poor...hence the error/bias)....it was actually the very first plant I located the site of over a decade ago.

If I can find some duplicates of 240v realm coloured pastel Softones I would be interested in trading some for one of these??

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Oct 14, 2019 at 07:24 AM Author: Mr. Orthosilicate
From my knowledge, Westinghouse introduced the T-19 bulb to North America, but I don’t know who actually created the idea. It’s very probable that Westinghouse borrowed the idea from G.E.C., since their lamp division wasn’t particularly profitable, and they had a stagnation in terms of creating new ideas after the 1960s, up until the point they decided to stop being an industrial company, sell off their industrial properties, and become CBS.
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Oct 14, 2019 at 02:02 PM Author: Al_M
The first ones sold in New Zealand in the late 1980’s were made in Holland from memory. The coloured versions came in 60w BC dual packs and the standard white ones were 60w & 100w (maybe 40w too) and sold in single packs. I don’t recall E27 based versions being sold until much later and they weren’t colour tinted.

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Oct 14, 2019 at 03:23 PM Author: Globe Collector
Yes, that is what I recall too.....I just can't recall if any pastel ones came from the Weert plant in the Netherlands, but the white ones appeared first...so what appears to have happened in New Zealand was pretty much an identical situation here in Australia. Later we had both the Polish (Pila) and Indonesian (Sidorajo) ones...cMid '90's to around 2000.

E27 {Pastel) versions were very scarce and I'm not sure I have ever seen any in real life...but I have probably seen them here on Lighting Gallery in the collections of our European members. Had I realized back then, I would have hoarded up many more of these than I actually did, simply to swap with other collectors to get the E27 and 120v versions.

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Oct 14, 2019 at 04:01 PM Author: Al_M
These French market ones are the closest I can find to the ones we had in NZ.

https://www.lighting-gallery.net/gallery/displayimage.php?album=search&cat=0&pos=48&pid=129337

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