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Search the title “A sad Coleman 201” to see how I repaired the cleaning needle.
I like your shed.
Also like old technology.
At least we know now of a second different variation of “THE GILMAN PRESSURE LANTERN “
This one belongs to Mario Fourie in Cape Town...
Well saved on that one.
Nice looking Butterfly.
Is it brass or steel?
Nice bunch there.
My kind of lamps , old and dusty and in need of a helping hand to get going again
[ATTACH] I have this one.
[ATTACH] Here it is.
@Alex Smith .
No . It’s not Coleman although it has half a Coleman 241 burner tube, a 339 burner cap and 241G filler cap insert and air screw. The...
[ATTACH] I am not sure if this is a multi purpose tool for lanterns/ lamps and stoves. The small opening fits the 119 jet, the next fits the...
[ATTACH] Take a lantern to work day.
Nice light up. I’ve never had that many going at once.
Maximum is about ten at one time.
@podbros It does look like a record player. My moms aunt did a lot of needle work so I assumed it was tapestries. I will have my eyes tested...
Yes it looks like a Santa suit in the to right corner.
@X246A Unfortunately I don’t know where it is now.
I was hoping to see my grandfathers Coleman lantern but no luck there.
I only got the two spare...
[ATTACH] Was looking at slides this weekend and came across this one of my moms aunt with a Tilley table lamp. Looks like tapestry work on the table.
Before using the lantern check the cleaning needle tip for any form of a hook. They were usually cut off with no quality control. This could...
Shelf Queens need to be fully functional to qualify.
My feelings anyway.
[ATTACH] @MYN @podbros
Yes it’s the electro plated copper wash. There are one or two small remnants of chrome plating and the dark varnish/laquer...
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