200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

These were my first lantern finds in January this year. The 237 is dated 11 65 and the 237A is dated 7 68. Some minor work and a lot of cleaning on the 237 and they are up and running on Peerless type 111’s. Unfortunately the 237’s globe developed a crack. Click image for larger version - Name: 03F14896-F3AA-4774-A492-4C2779D8F386.jpeg, Views: 141, Size: 81.94 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 9F259209-B368-45CB-B245-C862683857C3.jpeg, Views: 145, Size: 117.16 KB Click image for larger version - Name: E98DC451-05D8-483C-AE57-A60D6444B6B6.jpeg, Views: 145, Size: 127.65 KB
Those look great. Im on the hunt for a 237 myself.
Those are beautiful. I also like that alcohol bottle with the stem. I could only find the smaller one.
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Congrats on two great finds!

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nice find, i've yet to see a 237 in the wild 

I have just the one 237, and it is one of my favourite lanterns. Good to see those two up and running and doing what they were meant to be doing once again!
Ian - Looking for these dates 7/82, 7/92, 8/93, 9/03, 11/05, 5/17
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Really sweet pair. Thx for showing us
237's are my favorite. I just counted 17, probably more than half are beater quality but I can't pass one up when I see it.
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The 237 was burning with a halo around the mantle so I removed everything possible on the cast burner and gave it a thorough cleaning. The burner tube was swollen and difficult to get out. I ground a 12mm bolt down to fit inside the tube to stop it collapsing and used pliers to remove it and turned it around when I refitted it so the marks are not visible. Got a bit of carbon and fluff which had escaped during the first cleaning. It now burns bright. Click image for larger version - Name: 94CE57F2-B5AD-40E0-831C-564AACDCD264.jpeg, Views: 93, Size: 131.43 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 2B0F8464-097E-42A2-8ADA-9939C565E8BE.jpeg, Views: 92, Size: 64.90 KB

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