1907 Armspear Catalog: Lanterns

Following are scans of pages from the 1907 catalog -- "Catalog #6" -- of the Armspear Manufacturing Company, makers of railroad lanterns and lamps. Armspear originally began operations as the Railroad Signal Lamp and Lantern Company in the 1880's. In the early 1890's, the company began marketing a line of lanterns and other high-quality lighting devices under the name "Armspear".  In 1902, a reorganization led to the corporate name Armspear Manufacturing Company, which continued to produce lanterns similar to original Railroad Signal Lamp and Lantern designs under some of the same patents. Other pages on this website show Armspear lantern models and reported Armspear lantern markings.

The thumbnail images below start with the title page of the catalog, then show all pages that deal with lantern frames. Click on the thumbnails for larger images. The text on the original pages is small, so scans are very large to allow readability and may take some time to download on a modem connection. Use your browser's [BACK] button to get back to this page. See note below about image resizing.



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