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1979 Anniversary light base

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Manufacturer:General Electric

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Album name:850038 / Stuff I found
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Date added:Jan 06, 2015
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Date Time:2015:01:02 15:06:31
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Jan 06, 2015 at 03:07 PM Author: LampLover
Nice lamp you found!
What does the nameplate on side say?
where did you find this?

Down with LED and Instant Start T8
Rapid Start and Preheat For life
Also HID rules

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Jan 07, 2015 at 05:47 AM Author: 850038
Just a fortune cookie message he liked... A retired Northeast General Electric Engineers house, Interested in it?
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Feb 08, 2016 at 09:46 AM Author: 850038
These lamps were issued to GE executives, I have a NOS one for sale along with other GE stuff
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Jun 02, 2016 at 12:12 AM Author: ricksbulbs
Thanks 850038! I have this baby plus several others in not as pristine condition, but more than able to be made to look like new with some work! The only way I'd let some go to L=g members is on trade for things I want----like a working magnetic auxiliary fluorescent ballast. These are not only executive GE employee only lamps, but are from the 100th anniversary in 1979! These are historical artifacts to be preserved! They are chillin' in my museum trailer since yesterday, got the lot this past Saturday! Heck, this haul is pretty much as cool as when I got my Hammond C-3 organ about a month ago! Life is GOOD! Can't wait till I can go see and get more of this awesome collection! Rick D!
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