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Larkin Packer Company 1944 vintage oil gas catalog oilfield cementing

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<p>Original 1944 Oil and Gas trade vintage catalog for the&nbsp;<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">LARKIN PACKER COMPANY, INC.</span></b>&nbsp;Main office and plant was located at 6200 Maple Avenue, St Louis, MO.&nbsp;</p><p> Manufacturers of Oilfield Equipment. Cementing, Suspenders.</p><p> Products include Float Shoes, Guide Shoes, Float Collars, Casing Shoes, Casing Centralizers, Tubing Heads, Tubing Hangers, Casing Heads, Casing Spiders, Casing Ring, Casing Clamps, Swaged Nipples, Bull Plugs, Packers and Sand Pumps are all fully featured.</p><p>Has numerous product images, description, application and specifications charts provide product details.<br></p><p> Unbound from a large rare wartime 1943-1944 Catalog of Oil Field Equipment, this unique old twenty-four page technical brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro petroleum industry library.&nbsp;Pages are loose and may contain residual glue on the edge. Damp stained. (1943-44 Catalog).</p>
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