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Antique Elevator For Sale In London, UK

Antique Elevator For Sale In London, UK

Sunday, September 13th, 2009

We have an old elevator for sale in London, with all the oak panels and metal cage and car!  Would like to find this gorgeous antique a home! If you’re looking for an original elevator/lift for your home or building this is as authentic as you can get.

Please contact Steve via e-mail at acuteasbestos@btconnect.com or by phone! For more photo’s visit the classified add over on http://www.elevatorgear.com/detail.asp?id=1174 

 
Steve
Acute
0791 8618070
01634 249939

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Geo T McLauthlin Elevator Company Pushbutton Plate?

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

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Can you identify the markings on this plate?  Thanks to some very knowledgeable elevator experts we believe that it might be from the McLauthlin Company in Boston.  The trouble that we have is that we don’t have anything that 100% confirms that it is! 

We believe the company originally was named “Geo. T. Mc Lauthlin” from Fulton Road in Boston. Many people say “Laughlin”, maybe because it sounds more familar with the English language. You’ll find some information on Mc Lauthlin in the web including some nice scans from their old catalogues in this post. 

 If anyone can provide more information please comment below! Thanks!

 

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Unique Piece of Elevator Furniture For Sale

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

freightelevatorfurn1Now here’s something you don’t see everyday! A small antique elevator cab or dumbwaiter turned into a piece of furniture.  For sale by it’s owner the location of the piece is in NH and looks like truck shipment or pick up would be the best ways to pick it up.

For more information on this very cool little elevator cab/model please visit http://www.elevatorgear.com/detail.asp?id=1156 where it’s for sale.  Thanks Liz for trying to find your piece a new home!

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