200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Been searching for information on parts safes, this site and  the Terry Marsh site, and not getting much.  I'm looking for dates they were made, lantern models they were for, US and Canadian, collectability, ect.  
Can anyone point me in a direction
Thanks all
I can't say about collectability I do have one each of the 200 and 220 sizes. Do know they cause paint lost removal on the bottom of the lanterns but they are handy for carrying spare stuff.
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a have a Sears black plastic version for the single tapered model
a have a Sears black plastic version for the single tapered model

Can you post a picture please?

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AFAIK and have been able to find out, the only aluminum safes were for the 6" 220/228 sized founts,  and the 5-1/4" 200/201/202 sized founts.  The 242 and 275 sizes were not made that I have been able to find. 

It was replaced with the snap on black plastic version - Not at all sure of Mfg dates  -you need someone that has a catalog collection... 
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The metal parts safe for 200A and 220/228 were made for model years 1968-77, then they went to black plastic for 1978. It seems to have disappeared by about 1986 or so.
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