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Antique Ships Lights, Nautical Lights and Naval Antique Navigation Lights, Kerosene Oiler or Oil Can, Red Port Lights, Blue or Green Starboard Lights, Running Lights, Clear Anchor and Masthead Lights, Signal Lights and Lanterns. Widest Selection of 19th and 20th Century Oil Burning and Retro-fitted Electrified Small Harbor or River Craft to Large Ocean-going Blue-water Vessels, Navigation Lanterns and Nautical Lamps
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Important Note: All of the navigation lights offered here at The Pirate's Lair have been scrubbed clean and free of all accumulated black soot, any oil or kerosene residue, sea salt, grease and grime, and loose oxidation! Unless otherwise noted each nautical lantern, navigation light, or signal lamp have all been tested with a colorless and odorless lamp oil of which there may be remnants found in the oil reservoir and wick. There is nothing worse than getting years of accumulated black soot from burnt kerosene, or ships grease and grime on a wall or flooring. The ships lights and navigation lights which you purchase from The Pirate's Lair will be ready for your use and display as there will be no need for you to first get any special industrial cleansers or degreasers to remove any of the aforementioned issues.

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The Pirate's Lair has the single Largest Collection of Naval Vessels and Ships Lights, Antique Nautical Lights, and Ships Navigation Lights on the Internet. Clear 360 degree Masthead Lights and Anchor Lights, Red Port Lights, Green or Blue Starboard Lights, Running lights, Ship and Boat Signal Lights for River and Blue Water Vessels.

port starboard running navigation lights as office bookends The navigation lights which we find and select to offer are typically between 50 and 125 years old, salt encrusted with smoke and oil residue from use. Most of them are fully functional with their original single or dual oil burners, while some have been electrified for use on 110/115 vac electrical circuits found in a home. For the most part, the antique navigation lights we offer have all been hand made and handcrafted which can easily be seen from the detailed craftsmanship which each possess. Many of them are made completely of copper and brass so as to provide for years and years of sea duty and not to easily rust when being used aboard a ship.

These antique navigation lights were produced the world over and used by all types of vessels. From the largest 4 masted sailing ships and steamers plying the oceans (or blue-water vessels), to the smallest of harbor taxis and tug boats. Every vessel on the water needed to have navigation lights both by law and self-preservation.

The smaller 8" to 12" high navigation lights can make great bookends or just sitting on a desk or shelf as an accent piece in a nautical office! Because each navigation light is so unique and individual they don't even have to match, and even look better when they don't!

All of the lights offered by The Pirate's Lair have seen decades and decades of use and have developed that sought after patina and quality that only age and harsh conditions can offer. All of our offerings are the real deal, we do not offer reproductions or fakes.

large matching blue water ocean going port starboard all copper navigation lights dining room These navigation lights come in various styles and functions: the 360 degree clear lens are typically your anchor and masthead lights. The 18th and early 19th century navigation lights are beautiful works of art and they were typically individually handcrafted. As an accent piece nothing can give a room more of a nautical look than an intricately designed navigation light!

(here are two matching huge double wick port and starboard lights by Metal Industries of Canada. They look fantastic in this nautical dining room setting)

Your red ones are port lights for the left side of the ship and your blue or green ones are starboard lights for the right side of the ship.

These port and starboard lights are also called running lights. There are some lights which combine red and green in the same light and these are known as bow lights. There are also other lights such as "emergency" lights which are typically red but have a 360 degree illumination. Others are stern lights and "not under command" lights.

But no matter what color or function all of these navigation lights have a unique and distinct character about them, and are the perfect home decor accent pieces or can even be used in the event of emergency powre outages.

They look great just sitting on a table or shelf. Can be used as bookends. Or with chain hanging up in a corner. These navigation lights are so unique and individualistic you can 2 or more in the same room without overdoing it.

They are the perfect accent for that nautical look and feel, especially for a beach house or water estate. Every sailor or nautical-minded person would love to have one of these oil burning navigation lights in their home or office as they are a nice reminder of days gone by.

brass and glass light that has been electrified tung woo port light eli griffiths ships anchor light
Photo to the left illustrates an electrified ships "Anchor light" which originally had a two wick oil burner. Made of Brass and Copper.
Dimensions: 15" high x 9" wide, weighing 14 lbs.

Middle photo shows a red port running light produced by the well known Tung Woo Light and Lantern Company of Hong Kong. For decades the Hong Kong Port Authority required that all vessels entering into Hong Kong Harbor and its Territorial Waters were required to have oil burning running lights as backups to their electrical navigation lights. A ship was not allowed to enter into Hong Kong without having these oil burning lights. Well, in the likely event that they needed these lights just for the purpose of entering into Hong Kong Harbor it could be easily arranged by the Hong Kong Authorities for the captain of the vessel to get them from Tung Woo! Yes, a form of commercial extortion by the Hong Kong Government to keep one of their long-time favorites in business. Tung Woo went out of business in the 1980's.

Dimensions: 9" high x 5" wide, weighing less than a pound.

Photo to the right shows a mast head or possibly an anchor light with a maker tag by Eli Griffiths & Son, of Birmingham, England and dated 1915. This is definitely a "blue water" ships light as the oil burner has two separate large 1" wicks for illumination in perfect working order. This ships light is huge and heavy with an absolutely beautiful aged patina to the brass and copper hardware and tin body with most of the original very dark green paint intact. Stunning 95 year old piece!
Dimensions: 17" high w/o securing hoops extended, 27" w/ securing hoops extended, x 9" wide, weighing 14 lbs.

GP Ltd, England WWII dated 1944
Photo to the left shows a large double wick oil burning "blue water" naval ships navigation light by GP, Ltd and dated 1944.

It very unique and has both the port (left, red) and starboard (right, green or blue) split lenses within the same light!

This type of blue-water naval ships lamp is typically put up on the bridge, up on a mast, or somewhere in the middle of the ship facing forward to the bow. In this manner one navigational light is used to give the ships port and starboard position to other ships.

This is a "before" photograpn and shows the light having not been cleaned with some very slight surface rust. It is made of a galvanized tin body to protect it from the salt water and elements, along with remanants of a light navy gray painted surface, brass burner and brass hanging handle.

This navigation light was certainly used during WWII aboard either a British naval ship or merchantman.

Dimensions: 12" high x 9" wide, weighing 10 lbs.








Below are Prices, Descriptions, and Availability for Naval Lights, Lamps, and Lanterns, Nautical Navigation Lights, Mast Lights, Port Lights, Starboard Lights, Anchor Lights. Click the Thumbnail Photo For More Detailed Information.

 
BT, White Nautical Mast or Anchor Light - #10
Dimensions: 12" high x 8.5" wide . Weight: 10 lbs. (Handle is not included in height) Made by BT Corporation, a light blue galvanized aluminum navigation light originally an oil burner and now electrified. Access to inside is via top lid which opens with a thumb screw.
 
BT White Mast or Anchor Light, Navigation Lights
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$395.
 
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National Marine Lamp Co, Boat Signal Lantern - #11
Dimensions: 9" high x 3.5" wide . Weight: 2 lbs. Made by National Marine Lamp Co, standardized oil burning, 1900-1950, flat black, hand held boat signal light. Has a manually operating open/close shutter allowing or preventing light thru the magnifying fresnel lens. This special magnifying lens amplifies the light from the single wick burner which would typically be used at night to send/receive messages in morse code. This was also a staple piece of equipment found in life boats. This lights up a 15'x15' room much better than a flashlight and would certainly last longer! Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Handheld Boat Signal Light or Lamp
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$145.
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Keystoneware, Boat Signal Lantern - #12
Dimensions: 9" high x 3.5" wide . Weight: 2 lbs. Made by Keystoneware, standardized oil burning, 1900-1950, flat black, hand held boat signal light. Has a manually operating open/close shutter allowing or preventing light thru the magnifying fresnel lens. This special magnifying lens amplifies the light from the single wick burner which would typically be used at night to send/receive messages in morse code. This was also a staple piece of equipment found in life boats. This lights up a 15'x15' room much better than a flashlight and would certainly last longer! Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Handheld Boat Signal Lantern or Lamp
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$145.
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Boat Signal Lantern, Unlabeled - #13
Dimensions: 9" high x 3.5" wide . Weight: 2 lbs. Unlabled and Unknown, standardized oil burning, 1900-1950, flat black, hand held boat signal light. Has a manually operating open/close shutter allowing or preventing light thru the magnifying fresnel lens. The shutter on this signal light works great opening and closing the shutter with ease but does not have a spring on it that some of the others do. This special magnifying lens amplifies the light from the single wick burner which would typically be used at night to send/receive messages in morse code. This was also a staple piece of equipment found in life boats. This lights up a 15'x15' room much better than a flashlight and would certainly last longer! Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Handheld Boat Signal Lantern or Lamp
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$135.
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GP, Ltd WWII 1944 Combined Port-Starboard Navigation Light - #14
Dimensions: 11" high x 8" wide . Weight: 10 lbs. Double Wick Burner for Blue Water Seagoing Service. Dated 1944 hardware and still has the navy gray paint with a fantastic patina from military service, most likely British naval or merchantman. The light consists of a clear fresnel lens with red port and blue starboard removable lenses. This lamp would have to have been mounted in the middle of the ship possibly in the bridge area. The double wick oil burner and illumination makes this a heavy duty navigation light used on ocean going blue-water vessels. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
GP Ltd WWII Ships Navigation Light dated 1944
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$595.
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Perko Marine Blue Starboard Navigation Light - #15
Dimensions: 13" high x 5" wide . Weight: 3 lbs. Single Wick Burner. Beautiful Patina. Manufactured by the famous Perko Marine Lamp & Howe Corporation, Brooklyn, NY. Galvanized tin with brass top, maker mark badge, and burner with a fantastic patina. The light consists of a starboard blue fresnel lens. This lamp would have been mounted on the right or starboard side of the ship. The single wick burner puts out a substantial amount of illumination making this an excellent navigation used on river and coastal vessels. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Perkins Marine Starboard Navigation Lamp
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$295.
 
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Tung Woo Port Light, Navigation Light - #16
Dimensions: 7" high x 4" wide . Weight: 1 lbs. Single Wick Burner. Beautiful, Stunning Patina. Manufactured by the famous Tung Woo Ltd of Hong Kong. Completely manufactured with copper and brass, maker mark badge, and burner. This light has been cleaned and polished. The light consists of a port red fresnel lens. This lamp would have been mounted on the left or port side of the ship. The single wick burner puts out a substantial amount of illumination making this an excellent navigation light used on river and coastal vessels, but mostly in Hong Kong Harbor and Islands off of Mainland China. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Famous Tung Woo Red Port Light Navigation Lamp
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$295.
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Triplex Geo E. Carpenter & Co, Port and Starboard Light Combination Dated 1910 and 1913 - #17
Dimensions: 9" high x 5" wide Weight: 1 lb. Single Wick Burner. Manufactured by George E. Carpenter & Company of Chicago. Patent Dates of 1910 and 1913. Single wick burner with tin body, maker mark badges, and burner. The light consists of a red port and blue starboard fresnel lens combination. This lamp would have been mounted on the bridge or center of the boat. The single wick burner puts out a substantial amount of illumination making this an excellent navigation light used on river, harbor, and coastal vessels. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Triplex Blue Starboard Light and Red Port Light Navigation Lamp
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$395.
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Leeds Burton of Southampton, Great Britain Clear Lense Anchor Light - #18
Dimensions: 12" high x 6" wide Weight: 5 lb. Single Wick Burner. Manufactured by Leeds Burton of Southampton, Great Britain. Single wick burner produced completely with copper and brass, maker mark badges, and burner. The light consists of a 360 degree Clear Lens. This lamp would have been mounted near the ships anchor to let other vessels know that it is anchored. The single wick burner puts out a substantial amount of illumination making this an excellent navigation light used on river, harbor, and coastal vessels. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light
 
Triplex Blue Starboard Light and Red Port Light Navigation Lamp
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$495.
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"Huge" J.H. Peters & Bey, Hamburg, Germany Ships Signal Light or Lamp - #19
Dimensions: 16" high x 6.5" wide Weight: 7 lb. Large Single Wick Burner. Has Model or Serial Number 2894 on Both the Body, Burner, and Scratched Onto Lense. Produced completely with Tin and Copper. Dent on Front Near Lense But Does Not Affect Function, Just Adds to the Character of the Light. Possibly WWI or WWII Naval Vintage as the Tin Body still had remnants of a gray-green paint used by the Kaiserlich Marine and Kriegsmarine. Made of Tin and Copper, Maker Mark badges, and burner. The On/Off shutter works easily and wmoothly even after all of these years. Who knows on what German ship this signalling light was on during the war!? This signalling lamp would have been used on ocean going blue water German navy ships or large merchant vessels to signal other ships at sea when radio telegraph was inopportune. The single wick burner puts out a substantial amount of illumination along with the magnifying effect of the lense this produces quite a bit of light that can be seen for miles. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
J.H. Peters & Bey Ships Signalling Light
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$695.
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"Huge" Elisha Webb & Son Co. Anchor or Navigation Light - #20
Dimensions: 19" high x 10" wide Weight: 17 lb. (height does not include top or bottom handles!) They Don't Get Much Nicer, Bigger, Complete, Free of Damage and Functional Than This! Large Single Wick Burner. Stunning, Beautiful Patina Produced completely of Copper and Brass. Has a small nick and chip here and there but just adds to the character. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Elisha Webb Anchor Light
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$895.
 
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"Huge" Copper and Brass Anchor Light - #21
Dimensions: 19" high x 10" wide Weight: 17 lb. (height does not include top or bottom handles!) Beautiful Ocean-going Blue Water Anchor Light. They Don't Get Much Nicer, Bigger, Complete, Free of Damage and Functional Than This! Large Single Wick Burner with Glass Chimney!!! Stunning, Beautiful Patina Produced completely of Copper and Brass. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Unknown Maker, Huge Ocean Going Blue-water Anchor Light
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$895.
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Helvic's Tin, Copper and Brass Port/Starboard Combo Light - #22
Dimensions: 9" high x 5" wide Weight: 2 lb. "Helvic's Pattern Approved By Inspector of the Port of N.Y." ca 1880s-1890s. Navigation light manufactured by Helvic was handmade/handcrafted. The oil burner was produced by E. Miller & Co of Meriden CT. 120 years old in excellent condition. Beautiful Tin, Copper and Brass Harbor Port/Starboard Light Used on Small River and Harbor Craft such as Tug Boats, Water Taxis. Single Wick Burner. Beautiful Patina Clear Maker Marked. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Helvics - Port-Starboard Combined Light - Port of NY Inspector Approved
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$295
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Eli Griffiths & Sons Anchor Light - #23
Dimensions: 17" high x 9" wide Weight: 15 lbs. Eli Griffiths & Sons, Birmingham, England a Substantial Anchor Light. Beautiful Copper and Brass Anchor with Dual Wick Oil Burner, Dated 1915! Clear 360 Degree Illumination. Used on Ocean-going Blue-water Vessels. Beautiful Patina with Clear Maker Mark. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Eli Griffiths & Son Anchor Light
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$795.
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Metal Industries, Canada Port and Starboard Running Lights - #24
Dimensions: 15" high x 15" wide Weight: 19 lb. each, Dual Wick Burner. Only Sold as a Pair! VERY RARE to find two matching, HUGE Blue Water Ocean Going, oil burning, running lights in perfect condition Manufactured by Metal Industries of Canada. Dual wick burner produced completely of copper and brass, has maker mark badges, function tags and burner. The lights consists of a red and green, port and starboard lense. These lamps would have been mounted on either side of the ships superstructure as running lights. The dual wick oil burners puts out a substantial amount of illumination making this an excellent blue-water ocean-going navigation light. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light. PERFECT as matching corner or side table lights or mounted in the corners of a room.
 
Huge Metal Industries Port and Starboard Oil Burning Running Lights
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$1995.
 
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WWII Birmingham Engineering Company, UK Masthead Light Dated 1943 and 1945 - #25
Dimensions: 13" high x 8" wide Weight: 10 lb. Dual Wick Burner. Constructed of Copper and Brass, large ocean going, double wick oil burning, mashead light in perfect condition Manufactured by Birmingham Engineering Company of Birmingham, UK and dated 1945 on handle and 1943 rear of oil burner. Most likely this masthead navigation light saw service on a British Cargo or Merchant ship during WWII. Dual wick burner produced completely of copper and brass (except for the oil burner). Has maker mark badges and navigation light function tags. Clear fresnel lens gives complete illumination port, starboard and forward areas. and would have been mounted up high on a masthead as the light indicates.
The dual wick oil burners puts out a substantial amount of illumination making this an excellent blue-water ocean-going navigation light. Fully Tested and Functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained after testing. Existing wick or replacement will be shipped with light.
 
Birmingham Engineering Company, Birmingham, UK
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$695.
 
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Kerosene Oiler or Oil Can to Refuel Navigation Lights - #26
Dimensions: 11.25" high x 6" wide, holds a gallon of kerosene. This is the Kerosene Oiler or Oil Can used refuel both single and dual oil burners found on navigation lights. Condition as found, tested and holds liquids, no holes and seams are intact. Rare piece of nautical history as this was used aboard both commercial and naval vessels by the watchstanders to refuel and replenish the kerosene in the running and navigation lights.
 
Kerosene Oiler or Oil Can to Refuel Navigation Lights
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$175.
 
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HUGE Blue-Green Lense All Copper Starboard Running Light - #27
Dimensions: 17" high x 14" wide Weight: 19 lb. - Blue Water Ocean Going. All copper and ready to be electrified using a large bright bulb if required as the flue is HUGE! Perfect as an accent piece in any nautical home or decor.
 
Starboard Running Lights
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$895.
 
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Please Read. First, these are the real deal vintage and antique navigation lights used aboard commercial merchant vessels and naval ships, with most dating between 50 and 110 years old well before even the most rudimentary safety standards were in place. Most of these navigation lights, lamps, and lanterns are kerosene oil burners and some have been retro-fitted and electrified to use a standard 60W, 110V 15amp household light. As with any antique or vintage item there is no warranty as to safety or workmanship meeting contemporary standards. As is our standard procedure, this navigation light has been tested and found to be functional. Odorless testing oil has been drained from the oil reservoir after testing but small amounts may still be present which could present a fire hazard. The oil burner will be shipped with wick already placed within the oil burner. Any electrification or modifications done to this item will not be in accordance with any UL testing or adherence and may present an electrical hazard. The item is being sold "as is" and may require re-wiring or electrical inspection by a qualified electrician at the purchasers expense and liability. Caution must be taken when operating any of these oil burning lights due to the inherent fire hazard of the flammable liquid and potential spills. Note that this naval or nautical navigation light was originally meant to be used with a flammable liquid (kerosene) and regularly maintained aboard a ship at sea on a daily basis by sailors familiar with this type of equipment. It is considered to be antique and its actual use as designed in a contemporary home environment presents a potential electrical or fire hazard which The Pirate's Lair cannot be made responsible. By purchasing this item the purchaser accepts full responsibility and liability of the operation and maintenance of this navigation light.

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Rare 1880 to Early 1890's Photograph of Antique Trunk Factory and Workers Using Albumen Silver Print Method, Mounted to a Period Board Which Dates The Photo
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We all romanticize about the mystique of these antique trunks. The possible owners and travels that each steamer trunk has taken, along with the high level of detailed craftsmanship in the original production of each and every steamer trunk with that individualized character giving both intrinsic and non-intrinsic value.
 
However the truth of the matter is that the majority of these trunks were made towards the middle to end of the 19th century just at the dawning of the industrial revolution here in America when there were no child labor laws or protections. This rare photo clearly illustrates at least 3 generations of owners and workers, ages appearing to range from pre-teen/adolescent, teens/early adult, through middle to old age!
It was a common practice that loyal and productive craftsmen would be allowed to bring their children to work with them to learn a craft, so many of the children in this photograph were more than likely sons of the men shown.
 
Note the adolescent factory workers on top row! Note that there are no women in the photo! This is due to the fact that at that time "proper" women did not work outside of the home, certainly not in a factory. Everybody appears to look pretty stern, having on their arms crossed and "work" faces put on.
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