This has the original, unburned, 'Hindenburglict' which is the candle. Still in the plastic wrap with bottom tin holder. There was surface rust inside which was removed in a few hours with Metal Rescue, then polished and shined.


Circa 1950's





Comments: 4
  • #4

    Mel-Owner (Wednesday, 25 September 2019 08:07)

    Hello Patrick,

    According to the information that is available, it can be spelled both ways, but you are correct with your spelling of it. "The Hindenburg light or Hindenburglicht, was a source of lighting used in the trenches of the First World War, named after the Commander-in-Chief of the German army in World War I, Paul von Hindenburg."

  • #3

    Patrick (Tuesday, 24 September 2019 21:37)

    i am from Germany.
    The name is "Hindenburg Licht"
    So lang.

  • #2

    Mel-Owner (Sunday, 04 March 2018 15:54)

    This is a candle lantern with wind and rain protection (the panels).

  • #1

    Mariusz (Sunday, 04 March 2018 14:13)

    Hello, what was the purpose of this candle above the candle with the FEUERHAND KERZENLATERNE lamp?