8 Bryant Sockets


Here for your consideration are eight properly signed BRYANT turn key brass sockets. All work fine. Will sell in set of four for $120 or all eight for $235.

In the early Bryant catalogs there are terms used for their socket switches. These terms are "Bryant No. 1 Key Socket" and "Bryant No. 2 Key Socket". The term first started being used in the 1895 catalog when the duck bill switch made its first appearance on a Westinghouse base socket and called the BRYANT "NO. 2" KEY SOCKET. So, in the 1895 catalog we have TWO Westinghouse base turnkey sockets -- offered as "NO. 1" and "NO. 2" which are one each of the patent design switch and the duck bill switch.