About to start my first restoration. Uncle helped me find this gem in NJ. Was still attached to the tank before it landed in my garage!
I'm looking for a few parts if folks may be able to point me in the right direction.
Thanks for your help...
1) Nozzle - Looking for a brass G&B GBN-01 2) Clock face (I have a pretty good one that fits but I'm looking for a period correct plate which I THINK may be a 1930 porcelain) 3) Clock face hands 4) G&B T105 ID Tag
i think this specific situation is probably due to the speed at which the auction has to run in order to sell the amount of lots they do in one day. ive been to morphy auctions, they cruise quickly... and they admit that in the event of a tie bid, the floor gets the bid (understandably so)... in this case, it appears it both the floor and online thought they had the bid and after the lot was done they had to choose one without the option of going back.
not defending morphy's, but at the speed they run and the many different platforms they list on... I would imagine this happens a couple times every auction
its an enhancer... no different than using howards feed n wax, other than it may be a better product for signs specifically... and more permanent and less oily residue.
good product, possibly... but just know what you are putting on your sign is not necessarily removing oxidation, but rather masking it.
would i use it on faded or oxidized signs that i own, yeah sure. but sellers should disclosed that a sign has been waxed or 'juiced' prior to selling... as long as everyone is honest, then its just another product in the arsenal for cleaning up lesser condition signs. its the dishonest sellers that can cause an issue.
Not sure this belongs here, if not Mods please move. I'm looking for the outer lens for this clock. It has a white outer ring with black numbers. I have tried all of usual clock suppliers with no luck. I was thinking about buying a repo but sure it would work on an original. I know it is a long shot but I figured someone out there has a parts clock. Thanks for looking.