Aguila Lux Kerosene Lantern, circa. 1953. This lantern is a product of the same tooling that was originally used by the Embury Lantern Company for their Air Pilot lanterns. When the company was sold to the R.E. Dietz Manufacturing Company in 1953 the tooling was sold to a stamping company in Monterrey Mexico. The globe features an Eagle which is known as and Aztec mark. Aztec marks are used in multiple lantern productions that were sold to Mexican stamping companies.
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History | United States History
Aguila Lux Stamping Company, "Aguila Lux Kerosene Lantern" (2022). Morehead History & Railroad Museum Lantern Collection. 90.
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