Finally remembered to check, it’s a steel tank.
So we have a Continental-Claris model 710.
Thank you all for the information.
That is a beautiful lamp, both aesthetically and mechanically.
That is a Gold Bond edition 200a; they were only sold through Gold Bond stamp stores and are a pretty sought after lamp.
Here she is next to my 834; definitely a smallish lamp but boy did they love to put a glass on these.
I’ll second that; it was expensive enough when I bought it that I immediately started looking for something else.
I don’t recall any additional...
That is a rare one indeed; and in such good condition.
That’s the stuff they sell at Home Depot; I burned several gallons of it in dedicated European kerosene lanterns with no problem; then I...
Why not turn a brass rod to a circle to sit above the pins? The body would hold the circular shape to the mantle and the ring wouldn’t let the...
Now that lamp says “work”. I didn’t know Hasag were also made in Switzerland.
These were provided to me this morning.
I sure hope the Mrs. doesn’t plan anything for this weekend; I’d hate to disappoint...
@WimVe I thought the same, I’ve been surprised by these before.
@bp4willi Erik has been a great help on this.
You definitely have the place lit up nicely.
When I see this cute little fella all I can think is someone saying “Everything is Australia will...
Hello Paul, the size of this lamp is the real question in my mind. These are the eBay pictures, the glass I received is twice the size of a...
The globe arrived safely today.
It has been a long wait but she is finally on the shores of the US.
That is a nice look.
These lamps are all about getting the adjustments right, after that they will definitely brighten up your night.
It sure has pretty feet, love that flame too.
I live in the US where steel abounds in the production of lamps; I grew weary of them very quickly. There is no comparison to a well made brass...
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