This vintage Braimes No X7 1 Pt oiler with Double Slide Grit Excluder Feed Hole and new (at the time) the cut off link to stop the flow. 1830-1930 was the time for new invention.
This oiler came out of a mill in a small mill town called Bacup in the north of England on the border of Lancashire and Yorkshire, which as moved a few times over the years as governments change.
This oiler is a 17"inches long you can see from the stem by 3 1/2" x 3 1/4" body
The bottom is marked No X7 1 PT and the name plaque Braime on the side
It is overall good vintage condition without rusting and only a dent in the stem
1-3 business days
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All items in my shop are vintage and antique meaning previously owned, loved and used.
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I ship quickly -1-3 business days-so I will only except a cancellation within 24 hours of purchase since I will be preparing the item for shipment in order to expedite your purchase
The shipping cost is determined by the postal service which is described below Due to the various sizes and weights of the items in my shop I unfortunately cannot offer free shipping
I utilize the USPS for shipping all packages and have found them to be the most economical and reliable
USPS has discontinued Regional Rate Box prices. This means that this mail class is no longer available
USPS uses Cubic Pricing rates which are determined by package dimensions and distance traveled instead of weight