Tonight I'm offering selections from a very nice estate collection of antique miniature oil lamps. This listing is for a very special lamp commemorating the "Pan-American Exposition" held in Buffalo, New York in 1901 (perhaps best known for assassination of President McKinley). It features two stylized ladies representing North and South America on a bluefired-on ground.The lampis pictured in the first Smith book, page142, figure 309.Itmeasures9" high to the top of the shade and about2 1/2" across at the base.There is aNutmeg burner. Thispiece is in verygood used condition with no damage or repairs bea fine choiceforyour mini or World's Fair collection! The cost of U.S. insured shipping and proper packing varies with your postal zone--see estimate above. If this estimate is high I'll immediately refund your account. Please check my other sales for more miniature oil lamps to possibly save on combined shipping!
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