200A and 202 reproduction
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SteveRetherford
not your everyday common shade but a brass or pot metal n slag glass lamp shade , its on an electric lamp but i believe this shade was sold in a few ways , some electric and some were on a couple Coleman lamps .... sorta stumbled onto this local and could not resist the strong PULL ............ its been a long week waiting for it to get here , the seller is a busy guy , he is in big bear , mission viejo , palm desrt every-time i talked to him he was out of town but kept insuring he would drop it off here at my house :-) i tried to go get it over the weekend BUT again he was out of town , so lots of anxiety waiting  , its even been hard to sleep wondering about this shade deal , will it really happen ? .....many of you folks know im a lamp loon , and i think this is a lamp loons DELIGHT ? these were found on the Deluxe Parlor lamp and the Aristocrat ...... i have even found a base for it , just cant afford it at this time ..... started wondering if they might take a credit card for the base , this is not your everyday lamp ...........fingers crossed ...........as i wrote this waiting , first it was between 9 and 10 today , then i call n he says more like noon , calls again at 2 and says he is finally leaving towards here ..........talk about HURRY UP N WAIT !!! i been preoccupied with it all week !!!!!!!!!!!
its now 3:30
3;45 and its here OMG this shade is HUGE much bigger than i expected , a 16 inch diameter and its perfect with no chips or cracks at all ...........:-)
if you double click on this pic it will greatly enlarge

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SteveRetherford
the base is pot metal painted gold , could use a new coat of paint ...... i kinda think all the metal on the shade is also likely pot metal but i havent tried to clean anything yet , just admiring it , fount a temporary spot in the living room till i figure out where ill keep it . its so big Patty says its an accident waiting to happen Uh Oh .................. in my eyes its beautiful .
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Tgarner01
That's a pretty one Steve! 
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SteveRetherford
one of the bulb sockets has a bunch of electrical tape around it , i didnt try n fix anything yet , just pluged it in , currently only have one bulb in it but it holds 2 .... looks pretty sweet lit up already ....

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1hpycmpr
Congrats to you, Steve!  That sure is a beauty and I never realized that they were that big.  I imagine it’s pretty nice when it’s lit up.  Can’t wait to see it illuminated regardless of the illumination source.  Your patience has paid off, big time!

Snuck that in while I was typing!  Looks good lit.
Mark
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25 502s
That is a heck of a find. 
Jason
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Gasman64
That's a really nice shade, Steve.  I like the way it has metal parts on it.
Steve
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holliswood
I’m loving that nice soft glow 
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SteveRetherford
i guess im getting into electric lamps now :-)

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Whitegas Extraordinaire

That’s going to be spectacular! 

Can not wait till you get your hands on it!

Thank you
Kevin

I frighten easily!

My current shade is Coleman!!

To me a lamp without a shade is creepy!

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SteveRetherford
i dont know what im doing here , i have no guidance or previous knowledge about these , just the few words i have read in the new book and Darcys shade book . in that it said something like you could get an electric conversion from coleman for an original parlor or aristocrat lamp .......after finding this shade locally it just turned all my focus looking at Miller lamps , i recognize the base on this lamp and hope the uppers just unscrews / comes off and i would have the vase or base of a deluxe parlor lamp . that base needs the shade holder on the first lamp to hold this shade ...... so my intentions are to make an electric lamp that looks like the Coleman parlor lamps so i can use and enjoy it wile i look for a fount and more information ..... this is likely my most expenve lamp project to date and may not be done spending on it ...... i do enjoy looking at this shade lit up and look forward to having this base under it . i hope i didnt do too bad as i dont have a lick of knowledge about Miller lamps and hope i didnt over spend foolishly ..........you may now see why i didnt bid but once in this weekends auction i had my eye on another prize , and did you see what that one in the auction brought !!!!!!
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hikerduane
That's great Steve, glad you found a treasure, like me and my 100 year old stoves.
To fit in, guess I better get serious about topping my lamps.  More coming sometime.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MrAlexxx
That's sweet! 

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SteveRetherford
WOW , beautiful ,  thanks a BUNCH for the info , i know i was completely in the dark here . but have taken a liking to slag as of late . another one to look for :-) its funny how our interests can change direction this easy LOL
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SteveRetherford
Oh My , this came in todays mail , its a real beautiful lamp in my eyes and HEAVY , just this base portion weighs 12 pounds , and slag glass shades can be pretty heavy them selves , so this is no slouch light weight , this is a HEAVY METAL lamp :-)

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Whitegas Extraordinaire

Nice
Mount that shade.

Does the lid lift off?

TY
K

I frighten easily!

My current shade is Coleman!!

To me a lamp without a shade is creepy!

ICCC # 1865

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brucesheehe
Heavy Metal and nice Steve.
Bruce Sheehe
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coleman54

Lindsay Light Co. was advertising these themselves, and with their mantles a year before Coleman began shipping them. 

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Larry

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SteveRetherford
some fantastic info there Larry , thanks a bunch !!!
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SteveRetherford
i saved those images for my personal info Larry , they have your watermark on em , not to worry ..... im just compiling all i can about these lamps . sometimes old posts disappear and i want this info saved .
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coleman54

Here’s one you may already have Steve. 

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Larry

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Tgarner01
$27 in 1924! Wow no wonder there's not many floating around. I'd say the CQ was much cheaper..
Edit according to online search that's almost $405 today...
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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SteveRetherford
im embearased to tell ya , i paid 250 for the first lamp with shade delivered even ,  but i paid 500 for the other base , i just wanted it that bad .
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coleman54
$27.00 in 1924 =  $404.83 today
Larry

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Coleman Slant Saver #01  Coleman Quick Lite Crew #01 Sears Collectors Club #16 
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Tgarner01
im embearased to tell ya , i paid 250 for the first lamp with shade delivered even ,  but i paid 500 for the other base , i just wanted it that bad .

A little easier to do in today's society😁
Imagine in 1924 spending that on something that was a necessity... Albeit a fancy one
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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fish
I wondered where that link went. I ssw that shade also. Glad someone got it.
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coleman54

i saved those images for my personal info Larry , they have your watermark on em , not to worry ..... im just compiling all i can about these lamps . sometimes old posts disappear and i want this info saved .

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Steve, to expand on some information not mentioned in the new Collectors Guide, in the original shipping records Hiram started these with an entry line in 1922 designated as model no. “LL”   “Lindsey” (misspelled)  the “LL” obviously in my mind is representative of Lindsay Light, then in 1923 the designation was now “DeLuxe” with shipping entry numbers beginning in June more than a full year after the February 1922 Lindsay Light Company advertising shown above mentions and illustrates the Coleman components. In the same month February 1922 Miller seems to have been still advertising their similar but different design vase and shade in oil lamp version. Lindsay Light was going through some legal issues related to their thorium contained mantle business in this time. 

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Larry

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dbosch
So I'm thinking . . . . . . . gasify an electric lamp.

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Tgarner01
dbosch wrote:
So I'm thinking . . . . . . . gasify an electric lamp.

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I like your thinking! Good idea
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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Whitegas Extraordinaire
dbosch wrote:
So I'm thinking . . . . . . . gasify an electric lamp.

 



Steve, it’s either time to carve that apart, buy another shade or a complete lamp n Two shades!

 

I frighten easily!

My current shade is Coleman!!

To me a lamp without a shade is creepy!

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SteveRetherford
good idea Guys BUT im stalling here as i have a lead on a fount , still waiting on that ...if i get that fount thats my intentions , to make a working gas lamp as close to the original as i can  .., its been my plan to make up a working gas lamp but the 138 lamp got in my way , its more work than i anticipated ...... one of the issues is how to mount the shade as it has a big hole in the center of it , i found an image of the original shade holder . as i understand some asbestos gasket goes between the 2nd shade support ring and the shade , i have a picture of that support ring in the new book ,  that sits on top of the shade holder  ...... so none of this is as easy as it appears to do it right , im just taking my time .

thanks again Larry for the added info and images . so now i have seen this in a wicky version , electric and GPA
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SteveRetherford
you were way ahead of me Dan , i havent thought about a 530 fount , thanks for the idea .....
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Whitegas Extraordinaire
Steve
I thought your lamp n shade came with the secondary support? I thought I saw that in some pics?
I think I understand the issue now!
TY
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I frighten easily!

My current shade is Coleman!!

To me a lamp without a shade is creepy!

ICCC # 1865

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Steve
BTW that shade holder you posted looks familiar!
More on that later.
TY
K
I frighten easily!

My current shade is Coleman!!

To me a lamp without a shade is creepy!

ICCC # 1865

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SteveRetherford
yes , the one lamp came with that shade holder BUT try n fit a burner n valve assembly inside of it ? and then its nothing like a coleman design , might work on an electric lamp version ..... my mind is spinning with ideas , just taking my time .... i have disassembled the first lamp to get that shade holder off and try to find a way to add it to the second lamp .
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SteveRetherford
now i found this on the bay , i think if i add this to the lamp base i have it will hold the shade i have on this base , but the shade just sits there not held secure , i guess that how its done .  just so i can enjoy the lamp wile i continue looking for a fount .

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