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1910s Mystery Tail Light

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Need a little help from our Forum members to ID this early taillight. It was manufactured by The Saxon Mfg Company, Toledo, Ohio and it's in nice original condition. Also has 1235 stamped on the bucket which I'm assuming is the model number. My understanding is that the Saxon Mfg. Company made tail lights for a varietry of cars of the era. As always, any help is greatly appreciated!

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Might not be automotive..........they had battery lamps for horse drawen vehicles by then. Bracket looks more like carriage hardware.

 

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Probably not original equipment on a car but aftermarket to replace an oil tail lamp.

Here is mine.

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Looks like it would mount on a Neverout bracket.

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saxon made cars from 1913 to 1923,  could this be off one of those cars ?

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