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#688276 - Fri Jun 09 2017 05:33 PM Identify this Buckeye Nozzle
model72 Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Fri Jun 21 2013
Loc: Dallas, tx
I purchased a pump and it came with this nozzle. I cannot find a model number anywhere on it. It has a "1" on the Buckeye side that I assume means 1 inch. I have never seen a nozzle built like this. The handle front pivot point extends up through the nozzle. The nozzle had a flexible extension on it at one time.

Anyone know the model number?


Joe

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#688297 - Fri Jun 09 2017 11:43 PM Re: Identify this Buckeye Nozzle [Re: model72]
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Registered: Mon Sep 29 2008
Loc: richmond , Virginia
I can't help ya with a serial. I had my nozzle polished as I built a mahogany frame for mine and mounted it like a six gun . I've gotten numerous comments on it and everyone sees it as the gun that won Houston Texas ....
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#688299 - Sat Jun 10 2017 12:54 AM Re: Identify this Buckeye Nozzle [Re: model72]
Jack Sim Offline
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Registered: Fri Nov 10 2000
Loc: St. Louis, MO, USA
Go to this page of my website: http://petrolianacollectibles.com/pc-1.htm

Click on nozzles and go from there. It looks like you nozzle was available around 1932.

Also search the pump companies looking for your nozzle, it may have been original equipment on a pump.

Don't assume anything about a pump or a nozzle, the #1 is probably a casting number.

Also notice, almost all nozzles came either with a straight spout or with a flexible nozzle.

Jack Sim


Edited by Jack Sim (Sat Jun 10 2017 12:56 AM)
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#688329 - Sat Jun 10 2017 09:59 PM Re: Identify this Buckeye Nozzle [Re: model72]
model72 Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Fri Jun 21 2013
Loc: Dallas, tx
Jack, it is a Type H, 1928 on your Buckeye nozzle page. I confirmed it by looking at a Worthpoint auction page. Thank you.
Joe

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