You are bidding on a Early Dining Car or what could be for a Club or Pullman Car Adams & Westlake Candle Lamp part. Probably late 1800's or early 1900's. Once we discovered electricity, these candle holding lamps went by the wayside! Solid Brass or Bronze with solder joints. Appears to be just the body and end cap. Stamped The Adams & Westlake Company Chicago inside a oval on the front of the lamp. (Check out many more additional super size pictures at the old eBay number 300043982047, also note price reduction) Overall great condition with only one small dent in the bottom. Sold "AS IS" account of age and not being complete with Low Opening Bid. ATTENTION BIDDERS: By bidding on our auction you agree to the following conditions: Bid winners to contact me within three days of auction end with shipping instructions and pay me within seven days of my sending you your grand total. Failure to do either of these will release me to sell to the next highest bidder and ***we are sorry*** but due to the recent number of dead beat bidders we will begin posting immediate negative feedback and turn you over to eBay for any bidder that doesn't pay per this item description!!! Shipping & Insurance to be paid by bid winner (Insurance is Optional, but I am not responsible for shipping agent damage if you choose not to insure. I will however pack all your items well) (Also, Insurance may not be available to other than US Countries) . Paypal, Money Order & Personal Checks accepted from US Bidders. Paypal & International Money Orders in US DOLLARS from International bidders only. Paypal and Money Orders get ASAP shipping while Personal Check has a short waiting period. NOTE: If this auction ends on a Saturday night, it may be Monday before I can get you your total otherwise, usually the next day. BID WINNER, Please send your full shipping address including zip code immediately after auction end if possible so I can calculate your total. Thanks! Happy Bidding!!!Overall length approximately 6&3/4". Candle hole dia. 7/8". Outside dia. approximately 1&1/2". Threaded portion looks to be 2" dia. "T" shaped wall mount looks to be 1/8" with 5/16" cap.
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