Oil Bubble Christmas Lights
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A Christmas bubble light, as depicted in a drawing in U.S. Patent 2,353,063. A bubble light is a decorative device consisting of a liquid-filled vial that is heated and lighted. Some early bubble lights instead used a lightweight oil or camphor (a white substance used in some moth balls) to create the low boiling point. In these .
These first oil-filled lamps always had a white housing to cover the bulb and hold the tube and a transparent colored plastic saucer. This was the only year of production. In 1948, Raylite changed the oil bubble light bases to solid colors and shortened the tubes to match the length of NOMA's Bubble-Lites.
In 1946, NOMA first mass-marketed their famous Bubble Lites in the. and the oil bubbles with very fine, tiny bubbles that are pretty when seen up close, but the .
He also designed the well known Lionel Model 455 Oil Derrick, which used a standard bubble light tube to simulate oil. Dr. Laughlin reports that the book: It .