Sportsman globe
Blow out price
Was $19
Now $8
warren
I paid dearly for this but just look at my avatar and you will see why.

Only one I've ever seen. Complete operating directions and parts diagram and list.

Hot Beam Paper_800x480.jpg 

ANTIQUESWV on Ebay
#1 in the 223B club
Gatlinburg, TN

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trapper
That is pretty cool. Sometimes something comes along and you pay up heavy to get it and end up having a bit of buyer's remorse. I have a feeling this is not one of those times. Congrats.  
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REJ2
That is super cool Warren, I know they were made for about 5 months in 1928. The one hot beam I own just walked into my life when a former employer, mentor, and good friend, just handed me it one day because he new I collected Coleman. He is in his upper 80' s now.
Bob    
Never, ever, leave behind a $5 lamp
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MrAlexxx
Oh man that is cool. I better get off my butt and get my Hot Beam going!  So many things to play with and so little time. I know you know what I mean.  lol

Alex
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Colemannut
That's a very nice find Warren! I know you like your paperwork!
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BSAGuy
It's only money, Warren.
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