200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

SteveA
Found this little lamp at a flea market I visit time to time, I don't usually buy electrified anything but I wanted the shade and it was only $5.
Little Juno Lamp (1).jpg  It was a center draft lamp, the wire went up through the center so I thought I might be able to bring it back.
Little Juno Lamp (2).jpg  After I cut out the electric stuff I found that NOTHING had been altered on the lamp, the old wick was still in it!
Little Juno Lamp (3).jpg Little Juno Lamp (6).jpg  It just took a little work to loosen up the wick mechanism. The fuel cap embossed, "Made in United States of America" and the fount with, "The Tiny Juno, made in USA"
Little Juno Lamp (4).jpg The fount was clean and didn't leak at all, I put some kero in it and....
Little Juno Lamp (8).jpg 
The wick need to be trimmed.
Little Juno Lamp (9).jpg 
Little Juno Lamp (10).jpg 
I did some research on line and found something called a " Tiny Juno Hand Lamp" but they had a handle and a different, fancier  "foot".
The pattern on the fount matches the 1892 patent lamps while some latter lamps had the two set of round holes, but nothing that looked like this.
A "Tiny Juno cup lamp" was mentioned but no pics were provided.
I anyone has any information I'd appreciate it.

Thanks for looking,

Steve
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Tgarner01
I like it! Nice save👍
Toby Garner
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SteveRetherford
that chimney it pretty fancy to go with it too . nice lookin lamp for sure .
[DrSteve2]    Steve , Keeper of the Light !!!
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outlawmws
I like it!  I'd hazard a guess its missing a flame spreader?   (My Ray-O is also from the same mod - mine has a hole a cord once was routed through...)
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SteveA
I forgot to mention that the chimney didn't come with the lantern, it's a spare I had here.  I've got two other small center or side draft lamps, none of them had flame spreaders either.  I don't know if they are supposed to, but they seem to burn just fine without one.
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SteveRetherford
works a lot better with a spreader .
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JimL
Awesome score.  It would have been nice if the PO that electrified it attached the flame spreader under the base.  A member here found the flame spreader attached like that on an electrified lamp once.

-Jim

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Hot Diggity
JimL wrote:
Awesome score.  It would have been nice if the PO that electrified it attached the flame spreader under the base.  A member here found the flame spreader attached like that on an electrified lamp once.


Yup. 😎  That was my second Non-Explosive lamp.  Some days you get lucky.
The Non Explosive Lamp I found today was electrified, but retained all its parts.
That's a great looking lamp Steve, and with a flame spreader and correct chimney you'd be even more impressed with the light it'll make.
I'm sure you can find something that'll fit, even if it's not quite original.  If it makes you smile, that's all that matters. 
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SteveA
It does make me smile!  I'm pretty new to these things, all my wick lamps before I became interestede in these were the flat wick types.  I've been very impressed with the low odor of these center and side draft lamps. 
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Jayhawksr
That's great.  I been thinking of looking for a center draft to bring back from electrical hell.
Richard (KC native and KU Alumni living in Maryland)
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JimL
Richard,

Don't assume they were all unharmed in the conversion.  I have one here that the center draft tube was cut down and mangled to hold the electrical socket, and the points on the burner that grab the wick had been straightened.   In my case, I didn't care because I only bought the lamp for the shade.  This is the second on I encountered.  I gave my last electrified center draft to an antique store.

Inspect the lamp before buying if you're looking to restore, but know that Rayo's aren't expensive to begin with.  Think of them as the 220's of the center draft world. 

-Jim

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Emorr123
It’s made by the Edward Miller Company from Meriden, CT
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SteveA
Thanks for the information but the base "foot" in the picture differs from the foot on my lantern.  I've spent hours looking for the right one, but no joy so far.
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Emorr123
Ok here you go. Looks like it was a bracket lamp.
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outlawmws
Seems like the bracket was sold as an option?  his could have been used with one though, I agree.
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Emorr123
Another photo from my 1909 Edward Miller catalogue 
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Emorr123
Looks like the bracket was an option 
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SteveA
Thank you so much for the information.  It's nice to know what it is. I'm trying to figure out how to make my own flame spreader now.

Thanks again!

Steve
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outlawmws
Kirkman has a couple of smaller flame spreaders?  if they fit maybe a good start?

https://lanternnet.com/product-category/burners-wick-parts-founts-caps-etc-etc/oil-lamp-parts/flame-spreaders/

It so happens I was looking for something for a Ray-O;  No joy
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