200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Tgarner01
Seen this today in an antique shop.
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Toby Garner
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10gage
That cap looks like the cap on a bright lite lamp I have
James sizemore
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SteveRetherford
id say it looks like a national stamping and electric . AKA Nulite
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bowenstudios
I hate that I'm getting into irons now! That's a nice one
-Mike
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Tgarner01
I hate that I'm getting into irons now! That's a nice one

I snapped a picture and walked away quickly ðŸ˜
Toby Garner
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Tgarner01
Well, I seen several more so I just took some more pictures.
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Seen more irons than lanterns or stoves today. Even some oddballs I'm not familiar with. Thanks for looking
Toby Garner
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10gage
I went to the one in st Genevieve after work cause I was in the area. It’s the largest in the area. Only 3 overpriced mid 70s lanterns and this place is the size of a Walmart. I did find what appears to be a Coleman produced for sears Iron. I ended up leaving it there and found it later on terry marshes site.
James sizemore
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doc1057
Some nice variety there! The prices don't look too crazy on several of them.
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66 Indian creek loop
I've got a few irons, cleaned up a couple but aint fired one yet. They are kinda cool tho. Wish I could get money like that out of them, I'd be out of irons fast. Have discovered that some of the fuel caps will fit on 242 size lanterns , handy when you need a pump replacement also have used some of the r55 gens on lamps and quick lites. Wonder if you could use the parts to make some sort of Frankie style pocket stove or heater?
jack 
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66 Indian creek loop
I've got a few irons, cleaned a couple but have'nt fired one yet. Have discovered some of the fuel caps will fit 242 lanterns , handy if you need an air source. Also have used some of the R55 gens from irons on some lamps and quick-lites. I wonder if you could make some sort of pocket stove or heater from iron parts? Dose that get the wheels turning Toby?
jack 
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Tgarner01
I've got a few irons, cleaned up a couple but aint fired one yet. They are kinda cool tho. Wish I could get money like that out of them, I'd be out of irons fast. Have discovered that some of the fuel caps will fit on 242 size lanterns , handy when you need a pump replacement also have used some of the r55 gens on lamps and quick lites. Wonder if you could use the parts to make some sort of Frankie style pocket stove or heater?

Another rabbit hole huh Jack?  I own one 4A and fired it up, but as I aquire more and more of the lantern models, trying to find something different becomes harder and harder.. Irons start looking better and better Ã°Å¸ËœÂ Would've definitely had plenty of variety today. They're all local to us if your interested
Toby Garner
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Tgarner01
Dose that get the wheels turning Toby?


I'm always looking for Frankie parts ðŸ˜œðŸ˜
Wonder I'd I can adapt a big hat to one of these... Or a CQ Fount.. ðŸ˜
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Gasman64
Thanks for the pictures, Toby.  The Akron you're holding in one of the pictures (iron with the odd, square tank) is nice, having the pump in the handle (I have one.)
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holliswood
Lots of neat irons. I got my one and only 4a going last week. Waiting on a trivet to arrive. Got everything else ready to try it out. Figured I’d experiment on a pair or two of work pants. Dang handle gets HOT even on a low setting. If I’d have seen that many irons at one time, my head would’ve exploded from trying to decide which one(s) to get lol!
-Fred

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Tgarner01
Anybody have any idea what the trivet does in the first picture of post 6? Looks like it has a tank built onto it.
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Coast to Coast
I think the reason 
I have stayed away from irons so far, is that I have absolutely no interest in using one.
-Bird- Milwaukee, WI.
“I don’t want another lantern, I just want the last one again”
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bowenstudios
Tgarner01 wrote:
Anybody have any idea what the trivet does in the first picture of post 6? Looks like it has a tank built onto it.
Tgarner01 wrote:
Anybody have any idea what the trivet does in the first picture of post 6? Looks like it has a tank built onto it.


I was wondering the same thing. I wonder if it is actually a heater for the sad irons? The solid ones you heat one a stove or special kerosene burner.
-Mike
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Tgarner01


I was wondering the same thing. I wonder if it is actually a heater for the sad irons? The solid ones you heat one a stove or special kerosene burner.

Kind of what I was wondering.. don't know much about ironing ðŸ˜
Toby Garner
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bowenstudios
Tgarner01 wrote:

Kind of what I was wondering.. don't know much about ironing Ã°Å¸ËœÂ


Me either, and my wife doesn't do much either. We have 3 electric irons, and I doubt any have been used on clothes for 5 or 6 years. heat setting adhesives, other art related endeavors sure, but clothes iron on actual clothing never.
-Mike
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Tigerfans2
They make very special Mother's Day gifts. 
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Tgarner01
Tigerfans2 wrote:
They make very special Mother's Day gifts. 

E"special"ly good or e"special"ly bad mother's day gift? ðŸ˜
Toby Garner
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Tigerfans2
Tgarner01 wrote:

E"special"ly good or e"special"ly bad mother's day gift? Ã°Å¸ËœÂ


The only way for you to know is to conduct an experiment next Mother's Day
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Tgarner01
Tigerfans2 wrote:


The only way for you to know is to conduct an experiment next Mother's Day

I'll report back... If I live ðŸ˜
Toby Garner
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