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Beacon Mfg Company 1951 vintage oil catalog oilfield drill equipment

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<p>Original 1951 Oil and Gas trade vintage catalog for the&nbsp;<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">BEACON MANUFACTURING COMPANY</span></b>. (L &amp; H Machine Works). Main office and plant was located at 2205 Quitman Street, Houston, TX.&nbsp;</p><p> Manufacturers of Oilfield Equipment. </p><p> Products include Alloy Steel Drill Collars, Bemco Substitutes, Circulating and Releasing Overshots, Fishing Baskets, Renewable Brake Rims, High Pressure Mud Line Fittings, Hammer-Up Lock Nuts, Back-Up Posts, Suction Hoists, Casing Wagons, Boiler Jacks, Hayrake Fourble Boards, Rathole Digger, Rathole Elevators, Mud and Cement Hopper, Bug Blowers, Weatherproof All Steel Tool Boxes, All Steel Portable Mud Pits and Forced Draft Firing Systems for Oil Field Boilers are all featured.</p><p>Has numerous product images, illustrations, description, application and specifications charts to provide product details.<br></p><p> Unbound from a large 1951-1952 Catalog of Oil Field Equipment, this unique old twenty-page technical brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Awesome cover graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro petroleum industry library. (Catalog 51).</p>
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