Sportsman globe
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Was $19
Now $8
MikeKY
112B0E5E-64E7-4F59-BC23-555AEFDACA86.jpeg  This lantern snuck into
my garage a while back and as I’m now taking a good look, it has a globe I’ve never seen. 
A little research tells me they were made from 62-64, which makes sense being this is a 6-64. 
I have a couple other 64 220 & 228’s and they have the red Pyrex. 
I have other older lanterns of the same year with the older green Sunrise and the common red, too. 
So, my question is, how did Coleman dole out the Sunrise globes?
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MikeKY
This is what totally amazes me. 
50 year old lantern was covered  with layers of dust and grime. Cleaned a little of that off, oiled the pump, replaced fuel cap gasket and it fired right up. Using same mantles and gas that came with it. Blows me away.  49437E8D-B97F-4468-98F0-F8849EA827F8.jpeg 
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Gand28
That was a Canadian globe from 62-64. No telling how it got on a US 220F. 
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Phredd
But the globe has Made in USA on it.  ?????
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Frank6160
Was made in US for Coleman Canada
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MikeKY
Thanks!
Looks like I have a lot of replacement globes!
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ecblanks
That logo was used on the bulge 237 globe in the same time period, in the US.  Love it.
Carlton - 9/73
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MikeKY
I like it, too. Very nice looking especially when lit up.
Sorry, I'm not sure why my pictures came in rotated.
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Colemannut
I am going to say it is original to the lantern. Many others like this have been found on period correct lanterns for it to say it was Canadian only globe. Just as Carlton mentioned above with the 660 bulge globes. Don't replace it. Leave as is. There has been way to many things that have been found to be correct that once was thought wasn't.
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ecblanks
Colemannut wrote:
I am going to say it is original to the lantern. Many others like this have been found on period correct lanterns for it to say it was Canadian only globe. Just as Carlton mentioned above with the 660 bulge globes. Don't replace it. Leave as is. There has been way to many things that have been found to be correct that once was thought wasn't.

That said, if you want to replace it with one that would "normally" appear on a 220F with that date, I'll gladly trade ya 😃
Carlton - 9/73
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
Slant Saver #29
Mil-Spec Ops #0973

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MikeKY
ecblanks wrote:

That said, if you want to replace it with one that would "normally" appear on a 220F with that date, I'll gladly trade ya 😃


Thanks for the offer but I think Ill leave it as is!
It adds a little flair to this rather common lantern.
I'm just going to tell myself that it is correct, therefore, rare.
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ecblanks
yeah I don't see it any different from running an amber ,as  far as originality goes.  Coolness always trumps correctness, in my book. 
Carlton - 9/73
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
Slant Saver #29
Mil-Spec Ops #0973

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