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This is a to help you identify and date your vintage Anglepoise, old Anglepoise or current Anglepoise lamp.
Once you have found your light, this guide can then help you identify what spares are needed and in certain cases link you through to where that part or component may be. They could also be adjusted with the different holes in the sides of the fork, to change the spring tension.
There are perforated holes in the side of the top of the shade for cooling, and also on top of the shade next to the Crabtree switch. Earlier models had the shade rolled outwards at the bottom of the shade, whereas later models were often without this rolled edge.
But it was a plastic unit that used a slider bar to activate an internal rocker switch.
Prototype - - Features a tall cast base painted black - Two thin steel strips for side arms - Other arms made of aluminium - Simple springs, without any cap detailing Model - - Has a short cast base - On many of these the side arms are made of tubing rather than a thin metal strip. Model - - Features a solid three tiered base that was painted.
Model 90 - - The base continued to have a small footprint, with a steel cover. Model 82 - - A '4 spring' Anglepoise mechanism - Was later called the Radia 82 99 - - A pressed square base was used. Apex 90 - - Has a relatively low profile base with a bigger footprint and a steel cover.
Artikula - - A new arm system was developed and patented based on the workings of the human spine - the product came in 2 options, a desk and table clamp version.
Type 3 - - The first product deed by Sir Kenneth Grange for Anglepoise - A solid steel 3 tier base was chrome plated.Dating anglepoise lamps
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How can I date my vintage or current Anglepoise lamp?