Eagle Oil Can, Round Base Long Body, Handle with Thumb Pump Long Spout
Eagle Oil Can, Round Base, Long Body, Tapers In at The Shoulder, Short Threaded Neck, Above Thread Curved In Handle with a Thumb Pump, Ending with a Vertical Tapered Spout that Ends with a Short Tip that Is Bent Forward.
Two events set the stage for the Age of Oil. The first was in 1846 when Abraham Gesner invented kerosene, making coal and petroleum practical raw materials for lighting fuel. The second was in 1859 when Edwin Drake invented the first modern drilling process for deep oil wells.
Item Code - TIN7C2703PVC
Width: 4 3/4" Height: 10 3/8" Depth: 3" Weight: 309 g
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