200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

10gage
I have plenty of these but I didn’t see red lettering in the photos of it and thought well maybe a sunrise globe will be in it. Not that but a what appears to be a sears globe. Looks just like the one on my sears and came with a nickel cap and some old silk lites if I can get them off without ruining them. 3A87CD9D-6148-4F2C-B0D4-2BBFD095E467.jpeg  B660DF3D-3AA6-4438-B2C4-702EF459711D.jpeg 
James sizemore
milspec syndicate #1941
slant savers #68
quicklite crew#43
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The Warrior
Nice score man, congrats.
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Newfie
Yeah nice find on the globe.

Those 228e have such a nice classic look. I'd buy those for $10 all day long. 
Shane Looking for the following Canadian birthday lanterns or lamps: 2-32, 6-34,
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rob_pontius
Nice score for $10.00. 
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Hot Diggity
Nice vent!  I never pass on a big hat, and especially not at that price. 
Chuck, 3/61, ICCC 1689
Milspec Syndicate #510
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0510
Coleman Quick Lite Crew #12
BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #510
Coleman Slant Saver #510
Frank Appreciation Syndicate Member #2
Tinker, Toy maker, Trash picker, Wickie, Lamp loon
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10gage
They are hard to pass on especially the older ones
James sizemore
milspec syndicate #1941
slant savers #68
quicklite crew#43
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Gunhippie
My suggestion: Leave the mantles on it. Give it a good wipe-down. Replace cap gasket and oil the pump. Fill it, light it, and call it a user!

That's a pretty nice one and the E was the last of the classics! In my book, anyhow.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
Walk a mile in a man's shoes before you criticize him--then you're a mile away, and he has no shoes.
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Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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JimL
Timm's idea of leaving the mantles on is a good one.  However, if you must remove them, carefully cut the string.  You can reinstall with twist ties like you get on a loaf of bread and don't even need to strip the ties to the bare wire.  Whatever's on it will burn off.

If you do leave them on, make sure you're getting fuel flow before burning in the mantles. 

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?


There is a very fine line between hobby and mental illness. - Dave Barry
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Doug L
That is the globe used in the red teds. That globe is worth 50 bucks to someone with a Ted in need of original
looking for a Hugo Moller Comet  Stove 5 or 6

 

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Bumpkin 95
I wish I Could find more 228 Es. Especially for 10 bucks. I might buy a F if I see a good price. But the Es and earlier still get me excited 
  • Lee
  • Milspec Syndicate member #1995
  • Like a lantern just hanging out
  • ICCC member #1927
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10gage
Just did a teardown and a complete cleanup was able to slip the mantles off and slipped  them back on. I definitely wouldn’t  be able to do that with these modern mantels. It’s a 9/55 9FEE004C-17D3-4379-A4F8-60510E8B89A7.jpeg 
James sizemore
milspec syndicate #1941
slant savers #68
quicklite crew#43
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Greensandy
That is lovely.  Just done a 220E, have a thing about this period.
Alex 
ICCC #1922.
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