This article is about how to make an iron lamp.
It is about magnifying lamps, too.
The first lamp made in America, and the most popular, was invented by Samuel L. Jackson, Jr. in the 1840s.
In 1852, L.J. Jackson patented a lamp which used a metal rod which magnified light, allowing you to see what was in front of you.
He sold it for $10.
A century later, Laundry Machinery of Los Angeles had the same idea, and it was the first commercial lamp to be made by a company, not a manufacturer.
Laundries in the 1950s were among the first to make these types of lamps.
But they are still used today, and some of them are quite large.
The earliest known lamp was made by Samuel J. B. Pott, who was born in South Carolina in 1847.
It was sold in 1855 to the B. L. Johnson & Sons.
The lamp was a large iron rod with a narrow base.
It could not be seen through, and if you held it in your hand, it would magnify light to the size of a small room.
Its greatest drawback was that it was difficult to use.
POTT was a slave.
It did not become a standard lamp until 1865, when Edwin B. Walker, of the City of Chicago, patented a large, chrome-plated, glass lamp that could be adjusted to adjust the intensity of the light.
This was made for the first time by the Milwaukee Lamp Works, which also manufactured the B&W magnifying lamp.
In addition to its use as a lamp, the magnifying rod was also a light source.
The rod had a thin glass lens that was fitted over a copper wire, making it an excellent light source for lighting buildings.
It also provided the lamp maker with a very good source of heat.
It required a very strong lamp that was not light sensitive, so that a strong lamp would burn when used with a light-colored material, such as coal or charcoal.
This lamp was called a coal-fired lamp, and was sold to power companies in the U.S. in 1887.
It provided the lighting power that is used in many modern-day commercial buildings.
There are many different types of magnifying devices, some of which are not made today.
Some of them were designed in the 1860s.
The first lamp to use a magnifying glass was the 1876 Edison Light, which was made in the Brooklyn, New York, factory.
Edison also patented a magnifier for making candles in 1879.
The magnifier was made of glass and used a wire which ran through the glass, like a candle, to direct the light toward the desired spot.
A magnifying device called a tungsten light was made commercially in 1896.
The tungstech had a silver-plastic tube, which ran from a wire in the tube to the tip of the bulb, so it could be pulled to one side to change the intensity.
This magnifying tube had a diameter of about five inches, and weighed about 10 pounds.
It cost about $300.
In 1911, a magnification device was introduced, the Edison Magnifying Light.
The Edison magnifying light was sold for $150,000 in 1910.
This invention became standard for commercial lamps.
The invention was not patented in the United States until 1928, and most of the devices that have since been patented are still made in other countries.
Another type of magnifier used in lamps today is a trompe l’oeil, which consists of a metal tromp.
The device consists of the trompet on the end of a trolley, and a tube connected to the end.
The tube passes through a tube on the trolley to a holder, which holds the magnifier.
It weighs about 5 pounds, and has a diameter about 7 inches.
This device is very efficient and lasts a long time.
It has a long life, too, as it uses only about 40 watts of electricity.
Another tromped lamp is the Lutron.
This is a simple tromping device, with a metal base, a tube, and no trompel.
It lasts for about two hours.
A new type of lamp has been made by J.P. Kline, Jr., in New York City.
He made this lamp in 1903.
He called it a tritium lamp, but I think it is more correct to call it a light tromple.
It consists of two small tubes connected at one end to a metal tube on a trolleys back, and two wires that pass through the tubes to a light on a lamp.
The lamps is made of stainless steel and weighs about 3 ounces.
It comes in two sizes: a small and a large.
It can be mounted on a shelf or other