200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Tgarner01
Picture doesn't really show it, but I was wondering if the amber can actually fade over time? Sunlight maybe? The darker one on the left is a later model globe and the one in the right is a sunrise that looks pee yellow...
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Thoughts? Thanks for looking, and have a nice evening.
Toby Garner
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trapper
You may be onto something. I have a 550 size amber that I have used maybe twice and has been on the shelf ever since. The other day I was having a look at it and noticed it was not as vibrant as it once was. Not much sun has hit it over the years. [sCo_hmmthink]
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Rising Son

E8AC915B-941E-42F5-BC45-F031F00E76AF.jpeg  The early Amber -sunrise- globes that I've seen seem to be more of a yellow color, while the true deeper Amber darker globes that come later are darker.

Lots of those darker Amber, with some use,B5649ECF-1405-4D72-9388-DDCA97C07137.jpegdevelop a blue line at the top or bottom or both, creating the blue line globe.

The newest Amber globes now tend to be yellow. 

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Chris G. 
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Dmacp
the color varies from a light yellow to amber to nutmeg.
Dan
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JimL
Interesting.  I thought all the old Coleman 'amber' globes were that washed out yellow color and why I don't want them.  The new/newer MIC ones have a real nice amber color to them.

-Jim

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Tgarner01
@Rising Son
1: nice amber collection
2: share some Burg's! ðŸ˜

Jim you may be right, I have a few amber globes but they're all newer replacement globes... This was my first sunrise amber.. May have always been this way..
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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