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Philips 1000w 230v e40

Philips 1000w 230v e40

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so it came to me in its original packaging

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Manufacturer:Philips
Model Reference:Gls
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Lamp Type:Incandescent
Base:E 40
Service Life:1000h
Electrical
Wattage:1000w
Voltage:230v
Physical/Production
Dimensions:26x13 aprox

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Nov 02, 2018 at 08:03 PM Author: Globe Collector
I love this yellow Philips wrapping paper, it reminds me of "special" lamps I found when I was young and I got really excited...I still feel that same feeling today when I see this type of predominantly yellow Philips wrapper design.


Me encanta este papel de envolver amarillo de Philips, me recuerda a las lámparas "especiales" que encontré cuando era joven y me emocioné mucho ... Todavía siento la misma sensación hoy cuando veo este tipo de diseño de envoltorio de Philips predominantemente amarillo.

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Nov 02, 2018 at 08:12 PM Author: Daniel f
Whenever I can I like to have the original packaging. the theme of cardboard is nostalgic. and the drawings too. It's as if you were transported years ago.
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Nov 02, 2018 at 08:56 PM Author: Globe Collector
Having the original packaging also increases the value of the lamp enormously too.

Tener el embalaje original también aumenta enormemente el valor de la lámpara.

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Nov 02, 2018 at 09:19 PM Author: Daniel f
brings value and also the bulb is more attractive
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Nov 02, 2018 at 10:14 PM Author: Globe Collector
Q.E.D.!

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Nov 03, 2018 at 02:23 PM Author: rjluna2
By posting both bulb and the package can tell us more about the story of the bulb itself

(Google Translate:) Al publicar la bombilla y el paquete, podemos contarnos más sobre la historia de la bombilla

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Nov 03, 2018 at 02:25 PM Author: Daniel f
great truth It also helps a lot to know the date and the history
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Nov 03, 2018 at 04:38 PM Author: Globe Collector
That is part of increasing its value...giving it a back story, a provinence, a context....all of us collectors should be doing that for all our lamps!

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Nov 03, 2018 at 04:43 PM Author: sox35

That is part of increasing its value...giving it a back story, a provinence, a context....all of us collectors should be doing that for all our lamps!

Absolutely, wherever possible. Although sometimes it just can't be done, unless you know definitively where a lamp has come from, or someone else does, it can remain a mystery

Although monetary value, at least, is hard to determine sometimes. At the end of the day, a lamp (or anything else for that matter) is worth whatever someone else is willing to pay for it.

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Nov 03, 2018 at 05:33 PM Author: Daniel f
I think if we told our experience how we got it, it would be even more interesting. we would be giving an additional story. more entertaining . I usually ask where the lamp comes from but sometimes they do not answer me. therefore, additional information is lost. I do not want to think they were stolen. but if it serves as a consolation, it is better for someone to enjoy it. that is forgotten and can be banned and broken. it is true the lamp is worth what one is willing to pay. I have paid sometimes too much money more than 100 euros but I have paid with pleasure because in thousands of searches you hardly find something similar. If you do not take the bulb, another will do it. things are like that. Sometimes I make offers and I get it right.
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Nov 03, 2018 at 05:38 PM Author: Globe Collector
If a lamp is an "Orphan"...just sitting there and nobody knows anything about it, then it is at great risk of disposal or destruction...BUT, if a provinence is created for it, where and when it was made, why it was made, what it was used for, what its electrical and physical parameters are etc. then it gains value through sheer context...people are then able to place it in a conrext and see it as a "Wanted Child" rather than as an orphan....and this is the purpose of us collectors.

James has probably done the most exeptional job of all us collectors in providing a really good provinence for every lamp on his web site in both the social and technical angles in the form of the "story or prasie" to the rght of the photograph and the table below the photograph respectively. He even provides references at the foot of the page.

Here is his latest addition, a GE 200w Daylight blue. Now we know who Matthew Luckiesh is! Excellent research, brilliant work!

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Nov 03, 2018 at 05:58 PM Author: Daniel f
I love the information shown here. the wisdom of one mixed with that of another and then the masters who know more. makes these lamps do not fall into oblivion and be valued as they deserve. You know something about the flame lamps OBEN. they are incandescent but have a certain position of the filament. I find it curious! If I can save a lamp, it does not matter if it's big or small, I collect it. Later I will upload photos of e27 bulbs that I have been adding to my collection. all saved from being thrown away.
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Nov 03, 2018 at 06:02 PM Author: Daniel f
good job I like the extraction tip and the blue film. And let pass a copy like that but in transparent mazda for 9 euros in the United States because I ds afraid of transportation and it was expensive. if it were only 9 euros I did not care. but it's a long journey.
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Nov 03, 2018 at 06:19 PM Author: Globe Collector
I can read James' site for hours. I am slowly constructing my own web site similar.

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Nov 04, 2018 at 01:48 AM Author: James
I am so pleased to see that you also save the packaging! Although the paper wrappings are usually completely non-technical, their construction and markings are sometimes the most accurate way to estimate the age of a lamp. Especially since so many of the formal date marking codes on lamps use repeating systems with intervals far shorter than the century and a half that interests lamp collectors. And like you I also appreciate the nostalgic artwork and feel of the packaging, more than anything this transports you back to the era when the lamp was made and somehow gives a much stronger appreciation of its provenance. I am always sad when many of the collectors throw away the packaging to save space, which I can also understand, but in my view that takes away a lot of the value. For displaying lamps in the collection it is maybe better to have them outside the sleeves but even here I try to keep them all with their boxes (which saves a lot of cleaning work . I will make a photo later of my lamp collection room to illustrate.
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Nov 04, 2018 at 02:24 AM Author: Globe Collector
James, can you cast your eye over Daniel's Osram Nitra, there are some interesting and cryptic indian ink markings on the stem. Considering you had to decrypt Osram's later plant/date codes the hard way by involving large numbers of sample lamps I don't expect a miriacle, but it is one worth recording in a database for possible later analysis when the sample size becomes larger.

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Nov 04, 2018 at 02:53 AM Author: James
The markings on the stem used to have interesting meanings before the production date was moved to the etch, but afterwards in my experience they are no longer interesting for us. For instance with GE and British Osram lamps they relate only to the batch codes of tungsten wire, name / number of the worker, individual production group or shift, or a code for the lamp type etc. Daniel’s other lamp is marked G37 on the etch so I believe it is from September 1927 or 37.

Daniel you ask above about the “Oben” lamps with unusual filament shape. If this is what I think you are describing, then these are projector lamps with grid filaments in round bulbs. They are intended for use horizontally in film projectors. Since they usually have screw caps and could be burned at different angles, the marking “Oben” on the bulb is German for “above”. The bulb should be screwed into the holder until the Oben mark is at the top, and then the filament will not sag in an undesirable direction that might cause short life.
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Nov 04, 2018 at 03:01 AM Author: Globe Collector
Thank you for looking James, I had not seen the etch of the Nitra.

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Nov 04, 2018 at 05:26 AM Author: Daniel f
thanks to the 2 for answering my questions. e bought a philips oben copy that will show later and narva. they are interesting . also bought 2 interesting 2000w copies. I am still receiving my packages. I love this place.
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