|Description||English: Stock cut from an 1897 American Type Founders catalogue|
|Source||Specimens of Type, Borders, Ornaments, Brass Rules and Cuts, etc., a catalogue from American Type Founders (https://archive.org/details/specimensoftypeb00amer/page/744/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: Image from an advertisement for the silent mystery The House of a Thousand Candles (1915), with the text removed|
|Source||Advertisement in Moving Picture World (https://archive.org/details/movingpicturewor25newy/page/n1567/mode/2up?view=theater)|
The original text is below. This version is reconstructed in Inkscape from an imperfectly scanned original.
|Description||English: Comparison of Edison, Maxim, and Swan bulbs, 1885|
|Source||The Wonders of the Universe (https://archive.org/details/b21498830/page/n273/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: Light fixtures from the R. Williamson & Co. catalogue, 1900|
|Source||R. Williamson & Co. Catalogue No. 15 (https://archive.org/details/catalogueno15rwi00rwil_0/page/467/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: Rayo brand oil lamp|
|Source||Advertisement in Hardware and Metal (https://archive.org/details/hardmerchoctdec1914toro/page/n25/mode/2up)|
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Massive Antique Brass 5-Light Chandelier.
Lacquered Brass or Bronzed and Relieved 3-Light Chandelier.
Polished Brass Suspension Gas Lamp, with 4 lights, 14-inch celadon shade, and opal globes.
English: Gas lighting fixtures from an 1885 catalogue
|Source||Silber & Fleming catalogue (https://archive.org/details/SilberandFlemingIllustratedPatternBookofFurniture1885v2/page/n351)|
English: Line drawing of an outdoor arc light from 1905
|Source||Catalogue of the Litchfield Lamp Manufacturing Company (https://archive.org/details/CatalogueOfTheLitchfieldLampManufacturingCompany/page/n7)|