200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

williamlee111

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This was my Mother’s and I remember back in ‘54 when I was a kid, my Mom said my Grandma had it “converted” to electricity. I remember it had a glass chimney and a white shade. (Of course). I’like to go back to lamp oil, as the fount isn’t pressure and the wick adjustment still works, and I can still get wicks for these. At least that’s the plan. 

Not looking for anything. I have too much already, my wife says. 
 
 Bill
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Looks like a Ray-O?
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williamlee111
outlawmws wrote:
Looks like a Ray-O?

boy ‘ya got me. There are very few things from my Grandmother left, I’ll just try to piece it back together as best I can with repo  parts. Probably save for the 2 Grand kids.
Not looking for anything. I have too much already, my wife says. 
 
 Bill
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JimL
Yes, looks like a Rayo, or Bradley & Hubbard which made Rayo's for Standard oil.  I don't know if you can get 'repo' parts, but there are probably more of these out there than there are Coleman 220's, if you can imagine that, so you should be able to find a complete one for less than you think and use parts off of it.   From here, it appears your is just missing the gallery to hold the chimney and the flame spreader.   If you fire this thing up, there's a good chance you'll get hooked.

-Jim

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williamlee111
Thanks guys, I didn’t see a makers Mark on it anywhere but I will add it to the multitudes of projects that I have to do on my other lanterns.
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 Bill
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grob
Bill, here is my Mom's lantern. It was neglected for decades when I tried to fix it long ago. Had to solder the wick advance (?) part back onto the tank, solder a hole in the tank and polish it up. Had to learn how with help here and got a butane torch. Just stamped Made in Britain on the back. She also gave me some cast iron around 1970ish and I have cooked on it all my life. The large Griswold is from the 1930s and probably my Grandmothers, used on the wood stove at the ranch. Hope you get it burning, Gar

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