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smallenginelover
A while ago, before I joined the forum my uncle picked up four lanterns, being a 220F, 200A and two electric ones, the globe cover was on the 200A. The 200A is dated fall of 78, I am just curious to know how common or uncommon these covers are because I don't think I've ever seen one otherwise. The foam that goes between the two layers of the fabric has completely deteriorated, it's not perfect but it wouldn't be hard to fix. Just as a size reference It is about as tall as a 220 size globe and would fit well. Thanks
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JimL
I've only seen the two that I picked up at a yard sale a couple of years ago.  Same experience here in that the foam had disintegrated.  I gave one away to a collector and kept the other in its packaging for myself.   I'm not sure they were worth the dollar each that I paid.  🙂

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Rubing
My dad’s 1965 200A had one of these globe protectors that I used for years inside the slip cover case but yes eventually the foam padding inside the cover disintegrated and I tossed it. 
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smallenginelover
I guess I can see why they are so uncommon, they fall apart, and most probably don't have a need to cover any of there globes. I think I'll clean it up and use it to hide a cracked globe on one of my 220s. 😉
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1hpycmpr
I have a couple myself that are protecting some special globes.  Mine are in pretty good condition.  Pretty dry in these parts so I wonder if humidity plays a role in how these hold up through the years.  Does anyone know when these came to be?
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LongueCarabine
Had one years ago, before becoming a “collector”. Not sure what happened to it.

Brian

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dave
Got one a few years back on a propane lantern, foam is bad also
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Bob1774
Same story, rarely see them, and the one I picked up had the same issue with crumbled foam.  I'm only guessing, but maybe the late 70's-early 80's?  Probably just before the yellow clamshell cases, which they would have happier to have you purchase to protect your lantern.
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