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Jenkins Bros. Valves. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1893) Jenkins Automatic Air Valves. With Drip-pipe Connections, insure perfect circulation. You are not annoyed with escaping steam or dripping of water. They are stamped with our Trade-Mark. Send for catalogue. (1899) Radiator Valves. If you want a valve that will always work, one that will not stick or bind, or leak through the stuffing-box, insist on having our valves. They are absolutely tight under any and all circumstances. Cost no more than any of the imitations. (1908) Jenkins Bros. Steam Valves. Made in a variety of types to meet every condition of service. They have a reputation for superiority that is world wide. Being fitted with our Disc, they are the easiest to keep steam-tight and in good repair. Write for catalogue. (1898) Before accepting your specifications for heating, insist that our Steam and Automatic Air Valves shall be used. They are stamped with Trade-Mark and warranted absolutely tight. Founded in 1864 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Jenkins Brothers were a US manufacturer of valves and mechanical rubber goods and were also the US agents for Moncrieff Scottish Gauge Glasses. Jenkins took over the agency for Moncrieff from Rogers in 1925 and continued until about 1939. Enjoy these vintage ads for Jenkins Bros. Valves while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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