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SteveA
I only have a few lamp shades, most of them I know are repops of one kind or another.  But I have three that might be something more.
  The first is a white one that I'm pretty sure is an actual Coleman.
1 White  (1).jpg  It's diameter at the base is 9 1/2", 10 1/8 " , 3 1/8" throat and 6" high.

1 White  (3).jpg 
Here it is lit in an electric lamp, I'm not firing up a CQ in this heat.  The only thing that gives me pause is that there are pretty obvious casting marks on the side of the shade.

The second is green, I think it may be for an Aladdin.
2 Green (1).jpg  It's 9 7/8" at the base, only 2 3/4" in the throat and 6 1/8" high. White on the inside and green outside.  The glass looks layered.
2 Green (3).jpg  The bottom edge is a bit rough.
2 Green (4).jpg 
My flash kind of messed up the picture but it does look green with a light inside.
The third one I just picked up Sunday at a flea market for $5. I call it iridescent yellow, my wife call it vaseline.
3 Yellow (1).jpg  Dia at the base is 9 5/8", widest 11 5/8", throat 2 7/8" and hight 6 3/8".
3 Yellow (2).jpg  Again, white on the inside but no clear edge like the green shade.
3 Yellow (3).jpg  This picture doesn't do it justice, it looks much better lit.
3 Yellow (4).jpg 
I mounted it on a CQ just so you could see what it looks like.  It's a very tight fit, the green shade won't fit at all.  I haven't put the green or yellow shades on a CQ because I don't know if they are designed to handle the heat and I'd hate to hear that "ting!".

Any information would be appreciated, I don't have a copy of the shade book.

Thanks for looking,

Steve


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Whitegas Extraordinaire
The first one appears to be a Coleman 329. I don’t see the casting marks but have one 329 that has a few panels that aren’t terribly even.

Other two not Coleman but will look wonderful on any lamp.

Hopefully they weren’t to expensive to try them on a GPA? Only one I cracked was an early Coleman 329 but that may have been running it with garage door open on a cool night! Cold drafts can be detrimental to shade longevity I have heard.

Thank you!
Kevin
I frighten easily!

My current shade is Coleman!!

To me a lamp without a shade is creepy!

ICCC # 1865

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SteveA
Well, I've found the white shade (Coleman) and the greed shade (Aladdin) but no luck with the last one, which my daughter in law tells me is lusterware.

Still looking, Steve
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