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Offline ian.macky

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For those few interested, a Hayward brother vault light panel, cast iron with plain glass lights, is for sale on eBay.  Local pickup only (WOKINGHAM, Berkshire),  Current price with 19 hours to close: 1 pound.  Wish I was on the other side of the pond!

Vault light prices are up.  Three NOS Berger Tanex square multi-prism lenses just sold for $300 (eBay).  Gritch!


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Re: Hayward Brothers glass/iron vault light panel for sale on eBay
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2012, 12:22:58 AM »
Yay Ian... that was a bargain... perhaps you should have asked for a local to bid as the shipping to US would not have been too bad!
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Re: Hayward Brothers glass/iron vault light panel for sale on eBay
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2012, 03:20:49 AM »
Yay Ian... that was a bargain... perhaps you should have asked for a local to bid as the shipping to US would not have been too bad!

Final price was £24!  Someone other than me stole it.  BTW it did have prismatic lenses; twas half and half those and plain glass.

I have had cast iron sent from England.  Australia too.  To California.  Didn't hurt a bit, nope nope nope.


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Re: Hayward Brothers glass/iron vault light panel for sale on eBay
« Reply #3 on: August 29, 2012, 04:04:19 PM »
 :o
Why on earth would anybody want to change something which featured this glorious item!
I'd have been designing the garden and deck around it......
At least they didn't chuck it, and it will be appreciated.
Cheers, Sue (M)

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