This old light incandescent bulb is probably from the early 1900’s. It does not have a maker but there is an original label the reads; 32 – Sunlight -120. It is possible, although I don’t know for sure, that it may mean 32 watt / 120 volt. I believe the thin filament is called a double loop carbon filament. It has a standard brass base. It is in working condition and the tip is unbroken. It comes in an unmarked, corrugated cardboard sleeve.
The bulb measures about 5 ½” in total length and about 3” in diameter at the widest point. It is in good vintage condition. The element is intact and the bulb works as shown in the photos but there is no guarantee to the number of hours that are remaining in its life so it is being sold as-is.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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