200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Here you go, Jim.
The first 4 were taken using the exact same camera settings.  The last 4 were also the same except a faster speed, same for the 4 pictures, was used so the picture wouldn't overexpose.  The globe sequence for both sets were clear, frosted, amber, and red.  The vent was removed for all 8 pictures so I could quickly change the globes with a pair of heavy leather gloves. 

Here's the test equipment.
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