200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Steve66
It's a 275 Baby with the remnants of red still in the globe. Apparently Feuerhand put a colored coating inside the globe rather than using colored glass. Funny thing is that it's also the cheapest Feuerhand I've bought so far. In pretty good shape too. It clearly hasn't been burned very much. Probably the original wick.
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Ridge Runner
Usually the smaller they are the larger the price tag, nice find!

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JimL
That looks to be in really nice shape.  I suspect a PO painted that globe.  I could be wrong, but can't imagine Feuerhand doing that.

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Steve66
They did. A colored Feuerhand globe is coated from the inside. I've seen others. 
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DougA
Those Feuerhand Baby's are really cute, they remind me of the Dietz Comets, and I believe they are a bit smaller than the Comets.  I have never seen a 275 Baby in person, though.
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Steve66
Actually a size bigger than the comet.
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Gasman64
Really nice picture of that, Steve, I like the evening setting.
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Steve66
That's my driveway in the background. Very rural Missouri. 
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Steve66
175 Superbaby, Comet and 275 Baby
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DougA
Great, thanks for the clarification!  All nice little lanterns.
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