200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

campinut
Lincoln Drape with Alladin shade?
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Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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JimL
Something about that shade looks to me like it's for an electric lamp.  I've been looking at Aladdin shades, but none of the newer ones at least are like that.  From here it looks like it may be a very thin glass.

You may want to see the link below for info on that tall Lincoln Drape.  I know my amber one is a reproduction since I found that Aladdin never made them in amber.  What I don't know is when I see references to reproduction lamps, who might have made them.   On mine, when you turn it upside down, the date is stamped on the foot.   If you do turn it upside down, hold it well.  Unlike antique ones that were molded as a unit, on the reproductions, the fount is glued to the base.  I hadn't heard of them falling apart, but knowing they are glued, I'm extra careful handling mine.

http://aladdinlamps.info/TallLincoln.htm

In addition to a mantle, you'll need the chimney, and the type of chimney is based on the burner which we can't see.  i.e. does the chimney lock on (LOX-ON) or just slide in. 

Warning:  If this is your first, you're about to learn that Coleman hasn't cornered the market on addictive lamps.

-Jim

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campinut
Thanks Jim for the info on these. I am not a lampie, so I left it there. Cool looking lamps but the shade is a bit frilly for my taste..campinut..
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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Rhubarb
I would have been tempted. I would agree that the shade looks be from an electric lady lamp. 
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BrightSpot
I'd offer them $50 and let them keep the shade. According to an expert I know, any shade with frilly top is not an old original. Tall Lincoln Drapes were the most popular - almost a 10 year run. The early ones were made with old formula alacite and will glow yellow/orange under a black light. That link above tells the story.
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Nevada_Ed
Actually if the burner moves smoothly that is a very good price, I would have bought it myself.

Ed

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Flat_twin
The electric cord running up to the base looks suspicious.  I agree the shade is not Aladdin.   
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BrightSpot
Flat_twin wrote:
The electric cord running up to the base looks suspicious.  I agree the shade is not Aladdin.   

Just noticed the cord. Did you look at the burner? 
Wendell
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