Sportsman globe
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pongo
Hello. A buddy found a 5 of 77 220J with this globe on it. I have never come across one like this. I did a brief search here and didn't come up with information on it. I did find an expired listing on used.ca of the same globe. Does this globe come from Canada? Thanks.


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mgmlvks
Interesting!  Don't see a description of that logo on the Globe Reference Page!
http://intlccc.net/information/coleman-lantern-globe-reference/coleman-330-globes/
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pongo
https://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/COLEMAN-330-GLOBE_31445109
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Chucker
That logo pretty much matches decals made for the 202's from 1954-64. Definitely made in the U.S.A. 
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Eel
Yes, Canadian 220 globe.

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pongo
Eel wrote:
Yes, Canadian 220 globe.


Cool! Thank you for all the replies. 
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25 502s
I’ve always wondered if red letter globes like that were still made by Pyrex??
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not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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Gunhippie
Pyrex is a trademark of Owens Corning Glass, not a brand. I think it's now owned by Corell, and used deceptively. The original Pyrex glass made by Corning was a borosilicate heat-resisting glass, while the modern "Pyrex" made by Corell is a standard lime glass, tempered. Google "Exploding Pyrex".
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Gunhippie wrote:
Pyrex is a trademark of Owens Corning Glass, not a brand. I think it's now owned by Corell, and used deceptively. The original Pyrex glass made by Corning was a borosilicate heat-resisting glass, while the modern "Pyrex" made by Corell is a standard lime glass, tempered. Google "Exploding Pyrex".


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