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I've been working on getting all of the data together about globe logos and what dates they came from. I understand that with the way Coleman used up parts there will probably be some overlap on dates but it would be cool to have the earliest and latest known dates for each type.
If you have any month and year info please post it up. I thought starting a thread might help to get some more details.
Then again it might just cause more confusion. Anyway here's what I've put together. I think I remember someone mentioning that they had one of the sandblasted globes from like Darren Globe Collecting Site! Darren This member has passed away.
Not sure if this helps or not, but my November, '41 B has the straight line Coleman upper and lower case letters globe. Darren Purveyor of Pyrex 3, posts. Thanks for the info. I've also updated my globe site with a few more globes and a couple of spreadsheets I've been working on. Globe Collecting Site! Flash The one and only This is a good list But please state that this applies to mostly lanterns made in the USA Canada globes are similar, but there are differnt ones.
I know there is 3 or 4 different globes that came on the 's Also there is a Red and Green Sunrise globes used in Canada.
Not sure of the proper globe. Im still having issues dating my B. sorry my 30B came with a coleman marked mica globe that i believe. Photo documentation of Coleman and other brand lantern globes seems all of this style found to date are cracked, it appears this style could not take the heat. I just wrote a post dating coleman lantern globes it here. I will always choose you. School is taught in Kirundi in the lower grades and in French at the secondary.
I can figure things out later as I'm on the phone with my mother. Dmacp Senior Member 5, posts. Canadian straightline and sunshine globes differ from their USA counterparts. Straightline globes also differ slightly. Dan ICCC member Meodee Over Posts! Kudos Darren Thank You for the effort!
I have no idea how to determine how old a globe may, or may not, be. Globes have a great range of interchangeability. Older, or newer, ones can be put into anything. Decades ago I bout a case containing all the globes that were on hand at Smith Bros. I assumed that all were the red logo size. Some were older styles.
Coleman US lanterns 1920 – 1930
Since then I have added a couple of my older globes to the case for safe keeping. Now, I can only positively Identify one from the original purchase. It has writing in grease pencil from Smith Bros.
Then there were the places that repaired Coleman products. Who knows what was salvaged and given new life there. Good luck. To date your lantern, first make sure the fuel cap is down tight and then turn the lantern upside-down and look at the bottom of the fount. Figure 1 Bottom of Model A lantern, October The most common location and method of date stamping, used since the late s, is just off-center on the very bottom of the fount.
Results 97 - of Get the best deal for Coleman Lantern Globe from the largest online selection at Coleman lantern F date 8/71 Original Pyrex Globe. Coleman made hundreds of Arc lantern Model H from - (Strong The mica globes were removed for the images. is date stamped May, Sandblast etched large sunshine logo over “Coleman”. If you guys with NIB lanterns want to publish the globe type and date of.
You will see two sets of numbers, one set left and one set right of center. The number, or numbers, on the left indicate the month while the numbers on the right are the last two digits of the year.
Results 76 - of Vintage Green Coleman Gas Camping Lantern Model F Pyrex Globe. Cool old Coleman lantern model F. Date stamped 1. Dating a Coleman® lantern is very easy, 95% of the time. Most made after the mids have a manufacturing date stamped on them, usually on the bottom or . Hi all, I'd appreciate some help in dating a Coleman CQ that arrived at mia http ://bellasoulshop.com
The Model A lantern in Figure 1 was made in October 10 th month of 19 Excessive paint or rust may make the numbers hard to read but if you scratch the area lightly with a sharp instrument you should be able to read the numbers.
A lantern from January of could be stamped A The L in the lower image, right, is dated May, and has the hole. Note the early filler cap shape and downturned baffle plate found on Quick-Lites in this period.
Coleman made this model for their Sunshine Safety company post It has many of the same parts as Quick-Lite Model L The collar, generator, and cap nut are different from that model.
The center globe cage base disk is stamped Sunshine Safety Lamp Co. Michael Hawks, whose collection this is in, was surprised that the numbers on the tag and sticker were different.
There are other examples of Coleman lantern models badged or marked for other Federal and state agencies on the next page and later.
The first production of instant lighting lanterns was in March, when Coleman made the L and L above- missing mica globe. Coleman made the L above and L below for a short time in The L above, dated Aug.
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To accommodate the pump, which is mounted into the center of the fount, the fuel pickup tube had to swivel for removal below the 2nd set of threads. Note the air tube along the left side of the fuel pickup tube, which is necessary for the Instant Lite feature.How to make unbreakable screen mesh globes for Coleman gas lanterns
Coleman lantern Models left and the earlier L right. The Model has the slant Q77 generators and is dated Julywhile the L has the T generator and is dated Oct.
We think the different style of the valve knobs indicates the type of generator. The original globes in these lanterns were mica.