Ola Maddox Floor Lamp November 04th, 2018 - 03:24:26
This really cool on 1950 light switch here? This is a standard electrical light switch and it's really interesting because of this switch like the modern light switches they actually clink when you turn them into position as they click on an off position. But this one doesn't now listen closely and you'll hear if there's no click sound, ready, listen, hear that there's no sound, it's barely any sound when you push it to the on position or the off position so switch basically is no like locking position it's just.
I don't know if, like I can turn it here, I can turn it here and I can turn in this position and you know it doesn't make a sound. So I thought those always interesting about it. It's different from a modern light switch because it has like black plastic on the back, of course, with your terminals, which are actually more recessed into the plastic, as you can tell from any modern switch. So you know that's basically how this works.
It's just a little bit recessed still got the metal, and one thing I love about the switch. I don't think you can see it. Unfortunately, my stupid camera doesn't like the focus, but it says made in the USA right down there and up here it says it says 15 and part of 20 volts indoor use only so that's a switch. This is probably the most interesting piece right here. Is this vintage, Joe receptacle or outlet, if you prefer? This is also from the same era, probably around the 60s and 50s. I can tell it's old because it does not have a ground prong like modern receptacles.
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