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exit55
Is there a site I can go to find out what parts will interchange on Coleman lanterns?  I have a green sunrise globe that came off a Coleman lantern that I scrapped.  The bottom of the base is rusty so I can't determine what year it was made.  The neck below the lantern says "use Coleman generator No. 237-239.  What lantern will this globe fir or where can I find a chart.  Thanks
 
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RonMack
Is it a bulge globe, or a straight line globe?
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RonMack
Or you can go to OCP by clicking on the banner above and click on the globe section. It gives a brief description and what lanterns the globes fit.
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SteveRetherford
sounds like a 236/237 globe .
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Gand28
Coleman called than a number 660 globe. 

Coleman globe chart is here...

http://intlccc.net/information/coleman-lantern-globe-reference/coleman-globe-data-introduction/
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exit55
Think its what they call a bugle globe-wider in the middle than the ends.  the ends are 5 " across.  the globe is 5 1/2" tall.

Gand28:  The chart does not show a green sunrise logo for the 660.
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RonMack
Did you go to the right side of the page and click on 660 globes? It does list some years with the green sunrise logo. American and Canadian.
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Eel
exit55 wrote:
Think its what they call a bugle globe-wider in the middle than the ends.  the ends are 5 " across.  the globe is 5 1/2" tall.
Gand28:  The chart does not show a green sunrise logo for the 660.


Hi Exit, and welcome!  You have scrapped a model 237 kerosene single-burner 500cp lantern.  Ask the side-of-fount stamping and/or the valve knob instruction plate for your lantern's country of origin.  The #660 (bulged) green sunrise logos come in at least two common flavors:  there is a US and a later Canadian.  It's also possible (but unlikely) as someone noted above that you have a #330 straight globe, there are also at least two versions of this for US and Can.
Don't take this as gospel, because it's the exact opposite: my recollection says that "all" post-47 US 660 globes on 237s should be green sunrise of the same "look" as the 330 and 550 globes of that time period. 
It's not too uncommon for 237 founts to be undated. I think (?) it was Agostino Del Coro who nailed down the 237 variants and documented them here about 15 months back...

Darren Willie was the globe king: unfortunately his website's information was lost when he passed.  There are some folks trying to fill the gap.  That information lives at the ICCC website, http://www.intlccc.net = look under the "information" tab for useful globe and stove identification.

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Eel wrote:


Hi Exit, and welcome!  You have scrapped a model 237 kerosene single-burner 500cp lantern.  Ask the side-of-fount stamping and/or the valve knob instruction plate for your lantern's country of origin.  The #660 (bulged) green sunrise logos come in at least two common flavors:  there is a US and a later Canadian.  It's also possible (but unlikely) as someone noted above that you have a #330 straight globe, there are also at least two versions of this for US and Can.
Don't take this as gospel, because it's the exact opposite: my recollection says that "all" post-47 US 660 globes on 237s should be green sunrise of the same "look" as the 330 and 550 globes of that time period. 
It's not too uncommon for 237 founts to be undated. I think (?) it was Agostino Del Coro who nailed down the 237 variants and documented them here about 15 months back...

Darren Willie was the globe king: unfortunately his website's information was lost when he passed.  There are some folks trying to fill the gap.  That information lives at the ICCC website, http://www.intlccc.net = look under the "information" tab for useful globe and stove identification.



It wasn't Ago that documented the 237's, it was nfadude! And the early 1940-41 US 237A's also came with the Coleman Sunrise 660 globe. There are different variants of the sunrise globes.
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And it was Darren Bentz who was the globe king and passed away. dwillie (Darien) is alive and well. 

Eel must be tired from his NorCal campout road trip!
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mgmlvks
NDADude - Mike Sine's War and Peace Masterpiece on US 237's 1940+

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X6CWUpb-YZTQMXhjiQ0ux4R8dNjb8vOb/view
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Eel
Gand28 wrote:
And it was Darren Bentz who was the globe king and passed away. dwillie (Darien) is alive and well. 

Eel must be tired from his NorCal campout road trip!


Fail, fail, fail!  Thanks for the corrections, Greg and Nut.  (I'm tired from hauling all those stoves back indoors)

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