🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Antique gas valve?

Casey13

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Hi everyone!
I found this piece after work this afternoon. After looking at for a while, it looks like a valve I think.. Is it gas or water if it is?
Thanks so much!!
 

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gldnbrew

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Yep, that's a Victorian-age valve for a gas lamp. View attachment 2009531
I agree, I used to live in an old farm house that had a acetylene gas generator in the cellar, some of the fittings throughout the house were very similar to what you found. In my opinion, I would mark it solved as a valve or a gas lamp.
 
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