200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
Picked this up a few weeks ago at an estate sale. Same sale I picked up a JC Higgins and a 200A. Kinda thought it might be and it was cheap enough. 
Mike DeHart
I have heard my dad call those "bicycle wrenches."  I have seen similar ones marked "Maytag" so they likely came with a washing machine.  I think these types of wrenches were suplied with new equipment of many kinds back when people were expected to know how to maintain that equipment.  I doubt it came with a lantern or stove.  There aren't that many different size nuts on a lantern or stove.  There are people who collect old combo wrenches like that.

Then again, if you use it to work on lanterns, it is a lantern tool.
Yes, likely a bicycle spanner wrench. Did you know that Terry Marsh has wrenches as part of his site?  Take a look and you’ll get an idea of the various lantern wrenches. 


Greg -- Fiat Lux!
ICCC Member #1273
Seeker of Canadian Nickel!
That's a bike wrench - late 60s/early 70s.  I recognize the wrench but don't have a manufacturer to go with it.  Timm?  Paging Timm?

EEL Eclectic Lanterns, div.  Doofenshmirtz-EEL Incorporated.

Sometimes Mrs. Rhubarb refers to me as "a lantern tool." 🔧😒
Andy in NV ICCC #1253 
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