A masterclass in careful restoration, attention to detail and historical background. Well done, once again, Conny.
I'd argue that you have some parts that belong to a pretty rare lamp, and they might benefit a collector who's in need of parts. The alterations...
Either sell it as it is, or rewire it in such a way that you don't destroy any current parts. Don't drill holes in it or bent parts. It'd...
I'd say you're off to a great start there, Kuman! I see you've also got a Radius 119 laying around - those are great runners too once you get it...
It would seem like it, yes. As Nils denotes, what was originally the bottom part has been removed and in its place the hanger was put. Are you...
Very interesting lamp.
In my opinion, parts from several Lux lamps were used. The upper part (with the tag) may have come from a Lux Victoria,...
I didn't know these were this big! Thank you for sharing, Michel.
Really enjoyed the catalogue page and the sympathetic restoration, Conny.
It looks like it will clean up nicely, Tony.
Yupp, you're hooked now.
It's a real joy to see all the original artwork for your lantern, Conny.
A beauty she is, most definitely! Very sympathetic restoration and an excellent addition to the lantern gallery.
Many thanks for posting.
Well if you ship it to me then I'll have a gander, Paul!
Well done on the restoration Krisse! It's common practise to find a lantern model with transitional parts, and this could be the case for your...
An evening well spent!
Lovely light-up Norman. Would that be a Primus 1060 by any chance?
(second picture, fifth from the right)
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Excellent pair of lanterns Nils.
Makes you wonder how many blue and brown tops were manufactured in total.
That's a good looking find!
An extremely good looking lantern!
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