hi folks! no classic GE puzzle as usual from me, only some detective work, willi1 and raven63 might find interesting. (and probably CuriousJM ...? /check reply by Raven below)
since childhood I have many "collections" of various sorts of things, for example petroleum lamps, 2 or 3 of which are might be valuable.
one of these is a vintage (WWII?), German Feuerhand Nr.405 sturmlantern, but what is that glass with the "G" logo?
I have read some of its history, checked many image search results, but no "G" glass. (only the "BAT" logo glasses)
it is clear, the original Feuerhand-logo glass has been broken and replaced with this one which is patent-size too, so as I think also German made, but I would like to know, how far this replacement degraded its value?
ending, it would be the best to put a placemark where the glass was made!(;
would you help me out with this?
*** upclose of the logo for image search purposes:
...I searched a lot in German, but also as native speaker it's very complicated...
well I do the same in english and hungarian with no success so far... that was why I have addressed this one to you and willi1 -that I thought it will be easy for a native-, but it turned out to be not.
anyhow, it is too late now. - I cannot stop, need to keep on searching just until I (or anyone else) find(s) the answer!
and if someone asks; why? -well, just because I am syzy"G"! (: