HASAG 100

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  1. Darryl Durdin

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    Ive had a bit of a scan throughout the gallery, the closest lantern is a nulite 1917, it has a steel tank, petrol, some numbers on the bottom of the tank.
    Any suggestions.

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    Hello Darryl, it's a Nulite Storm King and the link below shows relevant information.

    A fine fettling project!:thumbup::thumbup:

    Storm King model 100
     
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    What’s the second pump for ?????
     
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    Ah Nulite? Maybe it is but I think not. It certainly looks like a Storm King but that clip on the pump is not a Nulite feature. It is however a device that Hasag used in the 1920s so this is tells me that the lantern is a Hasag model 100. We know Hasag copied Nulite Storm King perhaps under license in the 1920s and I am pretty sure that is what we have here. Not a lamp I have actually seen before but I here is part of a Hasag flyer for their model 100. This is a rare thing and is the only example of the model I have ever seen. A truly great find. ::Neil::

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    @Konabill

    Choice? or using up old filler caps?

    I have Gloria's with both the in-built pump and a filler cap with the pump screw fitting and check valve.

    Tony
     
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    So it's actually a Hasag, that's good to know.:thumbup:
     
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    Congratulation:thumbup:
    A sensational find.

    This Hasag No 100 was made in April 1930.
    The markings on the tank bottom for type and date and the pump are clearly from Hasag.
    The detailed pictures are from my Hasag 51 A (January 1930).
    For comparison.

    Regards Reinhard

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  8. Darryl Durdin

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    Thank you fellas for helping ID my lantern, the due processes has made for some great reading.
     
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    Sensational is right. As far as I know no examples of this lantern have turned up in Europe. HASAG didn't make small batches of lanterns so there should be a few at least with collectors. It is a very rare and unique thing which should be treasured. ::Neil::
     
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    Title amended to HASAG 100, and topic moved to HASAG.

    There is already one supposedly No.100, as seen here.
    It look different to both this one and the illustration in the paperwork. E.g. no internal pump (from what it look like, but it may be hidden since the place where it should be not really is covered in the photos) and totally different hood.
    Do we need to reconsider that one?

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    That's a hot one, even as rusty as it is. Great find.
     
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    Yes when I checked in the PLC I realised there were maybe another two out there. It's still a seriously rare thing.

    Selling the same lantern as the same model number both with and without the pump was a Nulite practice. Some manufacturers were casual or lazy with numbers. For instance Nulite used the same number for the four model 18 lanterns. Gloria used Hollow Wire model numbers for any portable lamp that used the burner head or just never bothered with numbers at all and Petromax several times re used old numbers for different types of lamp. It seems that Hasag were also being casual.

    I see no great significance to the filler/inlet combined with a pump. Filler caps can be changed and we don't know if the lantern was sold with both methods of adding pressure.

    ::Neil::
     
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    @Darryl Durdin

    Can you post a couple of photos in this thread of the cap nut; the burner; and the spirit cup, please.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    Wow @Darryl Durdin you do find the good ones mate, well done.
    Cheers
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    @Tony Press
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    Hows this, if you need more.
    It is a shellite lantern,
     
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    That filler cap is also found on my HASAG 102SP. It reminds me oft those which can be found in the Coleman CQ table lamps.
     
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    Thank you, Darryl.

    Cheers

    Tony
     

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