SOLD***** Emeralite Banker’s Library Lamp
Emeralite #8734 banker-lawyer-student-library desk lamp by H.G. McFaddin & Company; New York. Fully functional knuckle. Green cased glass shade supported by a tall columnar base; wear commensurate with age (see pictures). Remnants of the Emeralite sticker are present; no cracks or repairs with a few flea bites. Newer period-style cord, plug and switch.
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Antiques and vintage items are not new and may show variable wear, defects, restorations, replacement parts, imperfections, distress, and or repairs. The absence of condition remarks does not imply that the item is in perfect condition. We make great efforts to accurately characterize each item and the photographs are an integral part of the item description. No warranty implied. We do not accept returns. All items are sold “as is.”
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