200A and 202 reproduction
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offrink
I finally got around to getting a couple of lanterns going well. A undated slant with a repo clear globe and a 228d with a yellow, not amber, globe. I had to do a full tear down on both and clean up the insides. Left the slant in full patina. 

So I'm enjoying a break from the heat outside and have them both lit and burning great. What I’m surprised about is that the slant has almost no bugs around it. Very few dead around/in it. The 228 yellow glove has a full magnitude more bugs! 

Anyone surprised? I am. I thought the yellow globe was to keep bugs away, not attract them. 
Ben
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #0035
Looking for B-Day dates of 6/80, 2/84, 3/11, and 12/13
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pongo
Interesting. I had a 335 with clear glass and a 220 with Amber going tonight. Definitely more bugs swarming around the clear globe. Do you have an Amber globe that you can throw in the mix? Run all three and see what happens. 
Phil
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offrink
I will check the next time I have time alone at night. I do have a couple of ambers. 
Ben
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #0035
Looking for B-Day dates of 6/80, 2/84, 3/11, and 12/13
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