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Kellogg ‘sleeve’ BSP?

Started by FABphones, July 03, 2022, 10:23:14 AM

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Can anyone please point me in the direction of a Kellogg 'sleeve' BSP and/or any other source information regarding its manufacture?

Many thanks.
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Is the "sleeve" you're referring to the black part of the shaft of the Kellogg? I think its just a bakelite or hard rubber tube slipped over the steel shaft. I've never been able to take one off. Sometimes when the phone gets rusty, that sleeve will split.
In one of the old Kellogg catalogs is a view of the piece parts of the candlestick.


This is a view of a Kellogg stick.


Quote from: HowardPgh on August 31, 2022, 09:25:24 PMThis is a view of a Kellogg stick.
To let readers find the context, it's always helpful to quote the source of posted images.

This one can be found on page 72 of the pdf here:
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I have replaced the cracked or missing covering  with brass tubing or fluted brass lamp tubing


Yes, I agree with Paul, the source is always a good idea. Plus the original contributor of the information appreciates credit for supplying it.
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