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We Normally Do Not Offer Reproduction Mock Pumps However This 60,s - 70s American Reproduction Shell Oil Visual Pump Is All Metal Body And Parts ( NOT PLASTIC ). This Mock Pump is in Superb Condition and Would Adorn Any Man Cave or Store Front. Probably From The Late 60's/ Early 70's. Although Not A Genuine Pump, This Is A Very Nice Pump Display ( Received As Part Trade On Real Restored Genuine Pump) ONE ONLY.

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We Buy Old Gas Pumps And Vintage Petroleum Memorabilia - Any Condition - Cash - We Pick Up Or Ship World Wide.

We Are One Of The Worlds Foremost Fine Art Furniture, Door, And Hardware Manufacturers And Antique Restorers. With A Large Classically Trained Work Force in Metal Working, Wood Working, Leather and Upholstery, Glass, Stone And Mechanical Repair. This Allows Us To Work In The Same Hand And Materials As Our Forefathers Such As Thomas Chippendale (english furniture builder), George Hepplewhite (english furniture builder), Stephen's Brothers (boat builders), H. A. Moyer (carriage builders) Gustav Stickley (American Manufacturer) To Mention A Few Of The Finest.

No matter The Era. This Attention To Detail And Fine Art Craftsmanship Allows Us To Restore Your Collector Antique Furnishing, Artifact Or 50's Coke Machine To The Highest Quality That Can Be Achieved To A World Class Collectors Standard.


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Order One Of Our Restored Or Original Vintage Pumps Or Let Us Restore Your Vintage Gas Pumps Or Antique Memorabilia To Their Original Standards

Restoring American History One Item At A Time - Since 1913.
,

We Buy Old Gas Pumps And Vintage Petroleum Memorabilia - Any Condition - Cash - We Pick Up Or Ship World Wide.

We Are One Of The Worlds Foremost Fine Art Furniture, Door, And Hardware Manufacturers And Antique Restorers. With A Large Classically Trained Work Force in Metal Working, Wood Working, Leather and Upholstery, Glass, Stone And Mechanical Repair. This Allows Us To Work In The Same Hand And Materials As Our Forefathers Such As Thomas Chippendale (english furniture builder), George Hepplewhite (english furniture builder), Stephen's Brothers (boat builders), H. A. Moyer (carriage builders) Gustav Stickley (American Manufacturer) To Mention A Few Of The Finest.

No matter The Era. This Attention To Detail And Fine Art Craftsmanship Allows Us To Restore Your Collector Antique Furnishing, Artifact Or 50's Coke Machine To The Highest Quality That Can Be Achieved To A World Class Collectors Standard.


When You Deserve The Best Investment Quality

Historical Facts

The first gasoline pump was invented and sold by Sylvanus F. Bowser in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 5, 1885. This pump was not used for automobiles, as they had not been invented yet. It was instead used for some kerosene lamps and stoves. He later improved upon the pump by adding safety measures, and also by adding a hose to directly dispense fuel into automobiles. For a while, the term bowser was used to refer to a vertical gasoline pump. Although the term is not used anymore in the United States, it still is used sometimes in Australia and New Zealand.


Many early gasoline pumps had a calibrated glass cylinder on top. The desired quantity of fuel was pumped up into the cylinder as indicated by the calibration. Then the pumping was stopped and the gasoline was let out into the customers tank by gravity. When metering pumps came into use, a small glass globe with a turbine inside replaced the measuring cylinder but assured the customer that gasoline really was flowing into the tank.


More Historical Facts

The Royal Dutch Shell Group was created in February 1907 when the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company (legal name in Dutch, N.V. Koninklijke Nederlandsche Petroleum Maatschappij) and the "Shell" Transport and Trading Company Ltd of the United Kingdom merged their operations[6] a move largely driven by the need to compete globally with the then dominant American petroleum company, John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil. The terms of the merger gave 60% ownership of the new Group to the Dutch arm and 40% to the British.


Royal Dutch Petroleum Company was a Dutch company founded in 1890 by Jean Baptiste August Kessler,[6] along with Henri Deterding, when a Royal charter was granted by King William III of the Netherlands to a small oil exploration and production company known as "Royal Dutch Company for the Working of Petroleum Wells in the Dutch Indies"


The "Shell" Transport and Trading Company (the quotation marks were part of the legal name) was a British company, founded in 1897 by Marcus Samuel and his brother Samuel Samuel.[6] Initially the Company commissioned eight oil tankers for the purposes of transporting oil. In 1919, Shell took control of the Mexican Eagle Petroleum Company and in 1921


formed Shell-Mex Limited which marketed products under the "Shell" and "Eagle" brands in the United Kingdom. In 1932, partly in response to the difficult economic conditions of the times, Shell-Mex merged its UK marketing operations with those of British Petroleum to create Shell-Mex and BP Ltd,[8] a company that traded until the brands separated in 1975.


Around 1953, Shell was the first company to purchase and use an electronic computer in the Netherlands.[9] The computer, a Ferranti Mark 1 Star, was assembled and used at the Shell laboratory in Amsterdam.


In November 2004, following a period of turmoil caused by the revelation that Shell had been overstating its oil reserves, it was announced that the Shell Group would move to a single capital structure, creating a new parent company to be named Royal Dutch Shell plc, with its primary listing on the London Stock Exchange,


a secondary listing on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, its headquarters and tax residency in The Hague in the Netherlands and its registered office in London. The unification was completed on 20 July 2005. Shares were issued at a 60/40 advantage for the shareholders of Royal Dutch in line with the original ownership of the Shell Group.


In November 2007 Shell acquired a majority stake in some gas fields owned by Regal Petroleum in Ukraine.


In March 2010, Shell announced the sale of some of its assets, including its liquid petroleum gas (LPG) business, to meet the cost of a planned $28bn capital spending programme. Shell has invited buyers to submit indicative bids, due by 22 March, company will raise $23bn from the sale.


In June 2010, Royal Dutch Shell agreed to acquire all of the business of East Resources for a cash consideration of $4.7 billion. The transaction includes East Resources' tight gas fields.

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