That’s a great lamp and a fine restoration, thanks for sharing.
Great looking lamps, brown tops too, very nice. Well fettled!
Hi Scott and welcome to the forum.
You’ve got all the info you need from others. The top (the hood) of your lamp isn’t an easy find in that...
Good on you Darryl, the world needs more folk like you.
That’s looking very sharp, well fettled!
Hi and welcome from the Scottish Highlands. Great photo, that’s what it’s all about!
Hi Simon and welcome to the forum. I’m not a Coleman guy, so can’t help, plenty here who are I’m sure you’ll soon get some answers.
Great job as usual Darryl, looks the business!
Looking at the heater fount today, it has the deep hole, so I’m assuming it would have originally had the longer control cock.
There’s something somehow comforting seeing a pressure lamp on the front wing of a Land-Rover.... Thanks for sharing.
A very nice and useful presentation, thanks for sharing.
Having two pork pies is better than having one!
Yes, the mantle is a nice bit of originality. I do have a couple of NOS woven asbestos mantles, though for running probably safer with...
Thanks Tom. I do like the box with all the parts....
Thanks Tom. I see there is no burner or vapouriser in your FL6?
Similar to the knurled nuts on table lamp gallery springs?
I was fortunate enough yesterday to find an early R1 heater in a barn on a local Croft. The old crofter told me that he’d always known the lamp...
You’re on the money Jeff, the base is painted black and I too think it’s been maintained with available parts.
Haha, quite right! That’ll be a XN control cock!
That’s interesting Tom! It’s obviously old stock. I see the sellers has some other old stock Tilley items, I like the accessory...
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