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BULGIN GRAMOPHONE SIGNAL LAMP, 1940's

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BULGIN GRAMOPHONE SIGNAL LAMP, 1940's

The box Reads:- Indicates when the amplifier is switched on and throws a white shaft of light on the turntable. A neat switch is incorporated in the base. Highly nickel plated ruby lens fittings. Baseboard fitting. Terminal connections. Price 3/6d

Bruce Hammond collection

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  • This item is listed and illustrated in Bulgin's 1936-7 catalogue. It was for use with low voltage MES bulbs, and was also available without a switch (at 2/6d). Both types were also available in Florentine Bronze finish for the same prices.
    .......... Ronald Camp, Brentwood Essex, 10th of September 2015

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