200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Jeepstircrazy
 I wasn't quite as lucky as TGarner was today with his lamps but........I visited a friend that has an antique store 3 miles from  home today. Saw his Craigslist posting that he would be open the whole Labor Day weekend and that Coleman lanterns were listed along with other things. I've only been collecting since March and this forum has made me aware of models and makes of lanterns that I was ignorant about. So much surprise today I find my friend has a 220B in very decent shape and next to it is a Prentis -Waber Model L43PA, OF COURSE I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE HECK THAT IS!   But because of this forum I notice the fuel cap looks just like the one on the 220B  with wings on each side, but  it also has a loop for a nut to hold the vent on, and that the "glass" is Mica with only one pane having a small hole and another one pane has a factory round hole for lighting it ..... then there is on the floor, an Ash Flash that looks like the one I found a week ago but pretty beat, I figure oooh  parts! And next to that is a rough looking 220H I believe  it was ...with the Ash Flash globe on it that the one I got last week is missing! Hong Kong and England too! So after asking for the best deal.... .....I brought 4 lanterns home for the  one price he had on both oldies! And I got change back from my $50!!!   I'm psyched! I can't get over the thrill of the hunt , and the actual finds!! What's killing me is I can't figure out yet how to get my images down to the size needed to post them! Happy hunting to all!!
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What's the lowest you'll take for this lantern?                                                

          Today is a gift, that's why they call it the present.
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Tgarner01
Sounds like a great day! Are your photos on PC, Apple, or Android?
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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Gasman64
Tgarner01 wrote:
Sounds like a great day! Are your photos on PC, Apple, or Android?

If you're on a PC, Wayne, you can just use "Paint" to size them down.
Steve
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dday
Postimage.org is a good site that’ll convert pics from your phone automatically. Sad to say but that’s why many of us don’t post pics much here because it’s just a pain to upload photos. 
ICCC #1053
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Majicwrench
Facebook is super easy to post pictures. Then copy and paste here.
Then erase the FB post, or not.

My camera can adjust down to take pictures small enough to post directly, but when I goof and have the settings wrong I do the FB thing.
Keith
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Jeepstircrazy
Mine is (or I should say... my wife's)  an Apple.. got tips Toby? I will look into postimage.org today. But either way I wanna share some pics cause I know I can get some pointers from y'all.....as much as I want to surf FB's marketplace I just can't join FB... to Orwellian for me. As if it matters😳
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What's the lowest you'll take for this lantern?                                                

          Today is a gift, that's why they call it the present.
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Tgarner01
I'm not familiar with iPhone, but you might read this.
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/posting-pics-directly-from-iphone-8373961?pid=1294471678

I joined Facebook for marketplace with an alias... Keep in mind it may be a couple weeks before they let you use the marketplace feature...
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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Jeepstircrazy
I'll have to try both.... weird thing is... I opened my phone Friday and FB Marktplace was open... don't know how or why...it was right there ...like somebody left it open to their site...and I could browse it... go figure... I haven't tried it again to see if it's still there.. got to get coffee in me..before I do anything...[sFun_yawnbig]
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What's the lowest you'll take for this lantern?                                                

          Today is a gift, that's why they call it the present.
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