200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

LegalEagle
I'm fairly new to this forum and enjoy learning more about lanterns while collecting a few.
Picked up these items at an estate sale before they were thrown away.
Need help to ID the two lanterns. Can't find model number on them.
Need to know what globe will fit? I assume they use size 21 mantles?
Also need ID on the round globe cage. I've never seen one.
Thanks for any help.
Joe

 

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rob_pontius
That looks like it's a 5107 on the right and a 5154 on the left. The 5107 would have a small tapered globe and the other would use the same globe as a 288.
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GCinSC
Isn't the shutter from a Brinkman?
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LegalEagle
Thanks for the ID help, rob_pontius. Now all I need are globes.
Yes sir, they are propane lanterns, but they were free and they work. 
The shutter just looked like an interesting item, also free.
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JimL
The one on the right is a Brinkmann and goes with the louvered cage for a reflector in the next pic.   That built-in reflector is absolutely brilliant. 

Here's a complete example from the bay:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brinkmann-Two-Mantle-Propane-Lantern-Outdoor-Camping-Hiking-Lamp/133023707975?hash=item1ef8d4b347:g:m~cAAOSwDOtamaxK

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JimL
Dang.  I never saw this before.  I posted the link but the actual ad showed up. 

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LegalEagle
JimL,
Thanks for the clarification.   I  assumed it was a Coleman instead of a Brinkmann because the spark ignitors looked identical.
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hahoe03
Both of your lanterns are double mantle so 5107 is out of the question. 5155 is most likely and will take size 21 mantle and a 288 sized globe
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LegalEagle
Comparing the photo of the Brinkmann posted by JimL, my Brinkmann appears to have the wrong vent, because it is much larger than the one in the photo.
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rob_pontius
I didn't even notice the double mantle on the one that I thought was a 5107. Good eye. You're right Jim, that's a brinkman with what appears to be the wrong vent. I don't know if they used a green vent or not. I've only seen them in black.
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LegalEagle
I can't seem to locate a source for Brinkmann parts to get the correct vent and a globe.
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Chucker
Globes often fit a handful of various lanterns. If you have the measurements or are at least close, you should be able to narrow it down. 

So you may find a Coleman fits the Brinkmann or one from another brand/maker. Vent may have to be Brinkmann specific. 
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JimL
Who knows how long it's been since those Brinkmann's were sold, or who actually even manufactured them.  Before trying to track down parts, I suggest attaching a propane bottle to confirm it works.   \

As Chuck stated, I wouldn't expect the globe to be a challenge.  I suspect a 214/285/286/288/etc. size globe would be a match.

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surffisher60
dig the shutter design  👍

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GCinSC
I have a Brinkman shutter only. I just checked and the globe for a 286, 288 fits nicely. 
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LegalEagle
Thank you gentlemen for the advice. It appears that the globe should be an easy fix.
The vent on the other hand may be a problem, because the shutter won't open with the existing vent.
I did check the lantern operation first, and it does work.
Thanks again.
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campinut
Yep, Brinkman! I have a couple of these lanterns. One in chrome and the other in black. I'm not fond of the tank look so I fabbed a tank cover for mine..campinut..
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JimL
>>the shutter won't open with the existing vent

Is it off by much?  Perhaps a washer or a nut under the vent will provide you with enough clearance.

-Jim

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