My lantern at work

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  1. Andrew T

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    36240F69-86F0-45CD-BE9D-093CD23AC17D.jpeg Take a lantern to work day.
     
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    That does the job!:thumbup:
     
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    Earning its keep, perfect!

    John
     
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    Hmmm...
    You need a second one for the dark corner at right hand side.

    ;-)
     
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    Nice to see but I am sure the H&S police would take a dim view of it in the UK.
     
  6. Alex Smith

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    @Andrew T Looks like a Coleman 200? Am I close? What ever the lantern is, it is doing a good job,
     
  7. Andrew T

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    @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 rest of the lantern has not been identified yet.
     
  8. Andrew T

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    2BFC5050-584E-4786-B424-2D212C24635F.jpeg Here it is.
     
  9. Alex Smith

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    @Andrew T A picture paints a thousand words. Thank you, I did what such a beast would look like.
     
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    The valve and collar are A.G.M.
     
  11. bp4willi

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    Cute lantern I'd say.
    Not at all ugly.
    And very bright, as we witnessed.

    Needs a sister lantern
    ;-)
     

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