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OK, the picture is of the horse, but the small curb pump at the left side has a tag reading that it was made for the "Texas Oil Company" and I think could be one of the oldest Texaco gas pumps around. It is hand operated like a bicycle pump and looks like it were made as a bilge pump for a boat. I'll be able to get better pictures sometime next week if you want to see it in better detail. Please ask your historian friend about this one...

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<span style="color: #3333FF">Beautiful pump! Does the tag say who the manufaturer is? Regardles, it looks like many of the 1912-1914 styles. I have a 1915 Wayne "blind", or "sidewalk" pump, but it has no gasoline brand identification on it. </span>

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