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This brass anchor light with its 360-degree lens stands about 12 inches (29 cm) tall. The old lens has developed the light lavender hue that antique glass sometimes gets from years of service.

The Triplex lens that you see on this interesting old light was developed and patented in 1910. A modification of the Fresnel lens, now universally used in navigation lights, the Triplex was only in production for a few years, mostly in smaller boat lights. Ours is a larger version and not typically seen.

This brass anchor light with its 360-degree lens stands about 12 inches (29 cm) tall. The old lens has developed the light lavender hue that antique glass sometimes gets from years of service.

This old-timer shows its age but has its original font and works well. I have added a new burner.
It may be too old to go to sea—it's probably about 100 years old—but it is a great example of an unusual style. It wears its age and old repairs well.

 
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