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bowenstudios
Alright, this been for sale locally for sometime and the price has been dropped. I dont really need anymore 220/228 but it looks brass, thinking 220d. The valve wheel has me intrigued, I have a 228 with the large solid valve wheel. I also feel like I remember posts about these stove sized ones with the screw but can't find them now.

Question is is this original or a fix by a PO. 
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-Mike
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Colemannut
Replaced with a stove or early 6 inch fount lamp valve knob. Or possibly an early 1941-42 237A knob but I highly doubt it.
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Gand28
And it looks like a 220C. Brass fount showing through in spots and the faint outline of the old caution decal. 
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Gand28 wrote:
And it looks like a 220C. Brass fount showing through in spots and the faint outline of the old caution decal. 


It is a model 220D! Doesn't have a threaded pump cap and this one has the later style base rest with the gap for the model ID on the right of the valve knob.
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ecblanks
Looks like a fix, but an even easier fix for you. 
Coleman made two versions of the painted 220D; early (46/47) and late (51).  The early one featured a solid valve wheel similar to what you see, but without a screw.  The late one had the standard direction disk wheel.  As Colemannut pointed out the model stamp on the right points to it being late, so this should be an easy "fix".  Or run it as is.  The earlier solid wheels are not as easy to come by.
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Colemannut wrote:


It is a model 220D! Doesn't have a threaded pump cap and this one has the later style base rest with the gap for the model ID on the right of the valve knob.


So true. I need spectacles. 
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ecblanks wrote:
Looks like a fix, but an even easier fix for you. 
Coleman made two versions of the painted 220D; early (46/47) and late (51).  The early one featured a solid valve wheel similar to what you see, but without a screw.  The late one had the standard direction disk wheel.  As Colemannut pointed out the model stamp on the right points to it being late, so this should be an easy "fix".  Or run it as is.  The earlier solid wheels are not as easy to come by.


The early 220/228D's had both the solid valve knob (which is the same size as a black HGP valve knob) and the standard directional disk knob. The change for the base rest was in A/50.

Edit: This could be a 220D or a 220E. Cant tell if that is brass showing or if it is dirt. Plus all the green founts that were missing the caution decal, the brass was showing very clearly where the decal once was. So I am leaning heavily towards the 220E.
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25 502s
I had a thread like this a while back. My painted D has this wheel too.  809DCA8A-5DDF-4622-81C9-E320A967B323.jpeg  29C4A301-DC4D-4DE0-849D-A329987000EC.jpeg 
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ecblanks
I agree that when the decal is gone, it doesn't leave behind green paint.  At least not on my D.  It left a gold foil-y looking residue in the same shape as the decal. Also an easy fix.
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25 502s wrote:
I had a thread like this a while back. My painted D has this wheel too.  809DCA8A-5DDF-4622-81C9-E320A967B323.jpeg  29C4A301-DC4D-4DE0-849D-A329987000EC.jpeg 


Jason, I think yours was the post I remember seeing. I may try and grab it, of course that's how I've ended up with so many green lanterns, cheap and at least you get parts. But hey looks like good glass and the doll suitcase actually looks like it fits a lantern well.
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I have seen a few 220D's like that over the years.  Never paid attention to the dates on them.  I think the factory had to use some stove valve wheels to finish out the shift.
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Jason, yours is a replacement also. This style valve knob with the screw in the center were not used on any lanterns except the early 237A's and the kerosene 237B's. The ones on the 237A's had the close and arrow on both sides and the valve knobs on the 237B's were held on with a flat screw. The style you are showing were found on various stoves into the early 60's and the different small fount lamps into the mid to late 40's.
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Jason, I think yours was the post I remember seeing. I may try and grab it, of course that's how I've ended up with so many green lanterns, cheap and at least you get parts. But hey looks like good glass and the doll suitcase actually looks like it fits a lantern well.


Yeah,  if it’s cheap grab it. Mine was filthy but it did not come with that arched Pyrex globe. It had a sunrise globe and a nice vent. Both filthy but a no brainer for $20.  1E80340F-F208-48AB-8266-14DA92D21332.jpeg  002BC09B-BF2C-4221-941E-76C02467964D.jpeg 
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Colemannut wrote:
Jason, yours is a replacement also. This style valve knob with the screw in the center were not used on any lanterns except the early 237A's and the kerosene 237B's. The ones on the 237A's had the close and arrow on both sides and the valve knobs on the 237B's were held on with a flat screw. The style you are showing were found on various stoves into the early 60's and the different small fount lamps into the mid to late 40's.


i have no idea to be honest but some others have seen other examples too. Seem like Rubing has seen a few maybe. 
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Jason, FWIW, I have all 16 220/228D variations and have done enough research on them and I know for a fact they didn’t come from the factory with the stove style valve knob. The lantern is around 70 years old, so many things could have been done and a simple valve knob swap is very likely. 
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Cigar_Mike wrote:
I have seen a few 220D's like that over the years.  Never paid attention to the dates on them.  I think the factory had to use some stove valve wheels to finish out the shift.


I tend to concur!!
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