Incandescent Light & Supply 80

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  1. Toby Garner

    Toby Garner United States Subscriber

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    I identified this model using Neil's lamps here in the reference. No stamping on the fount top plate so I assume it to be the IL&S 80 vs the Knight Lite. This one is running it's best with #20 size mantles and burning kero.

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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    A great find!:thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    Nice that :thumbup:
     
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    Excellent! :thumbup:

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  5. Toby Garner

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    Thank you for the kind words everyone. Something I forgot to mention is the lamp is wearing a common 306 shade. A later variant it appears to me. Thanks for looking.
     
  6. Jean J

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    That’s a really attractive lamp and shade.
     
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    Well they may be common over there..;)
    308 is it? Are there reproductions of these at all?

    Many thanks
     
  8. Toby Garner

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    @podbros the shade is a model 306 or often times called a Rayo shade as the wickie Rayo lamps often had them new. I'm not sure on the "reproductions" but this is probably the most prevalent 10 inch glass shade found in the USA. First starting in the 1890's if I remember correctly on into modern production. Simple yet effective :) kind of like myself :^o:D
     
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    Whoops 306 it is :doh:
    Thanks Toby !

    Most wick lamp shades over here seem to have a much larger top ‘lip’

    Cheers
     
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    Very nice ...... I’d like to get to few shades like that however they’re a seem to be a bit scarce here in Queensland Australia. Or perhaps I’m not looking in the right places ......
     
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    Wow really beautiful line coleman

    lamp:thumbup::thumbup::clap:

    Gunsoo
     

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