200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Kosterme
Evening all


attached pics are from a 327 I have, I believe it has the felt fiber knob, everyone was talking about the “guide” anyone current info on where I can find this “guide”....

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Gunhippie
For the Guide: https://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=3389&cat=&page=1

Buy one.

Yours looks like an early '30s to me, but I'm not consulting the Guide.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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Dmacp
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I really think mines a mis match

why? it looks fine to me. I have one just like it.
Dan
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Tgarner01
Nice lantern👍 it's hard to tell from the photos, does your vent have any embossing on it? And does your burner air tube have a patent date stamped into it? If not I'd say they are older but otherwise looks like a nice quicklite to me ðŸ˜
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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coleman54

I see a flat baffle,
closed top vent nut,
straight pin bail attachment 

no embossed logo on the vent, 

“CLOSE” and an arrow on fiber wheel, if there is an “A” stamped on it too and Air tube has a May 13 1919 patent stamp then it's 1922, if there is no “A” it’s 1921.

In later 1922 there were both 

“Air O Lantern“ and perforated “Quick-Lite“ collars shipped on 327.  EEA79F6E-0E7C-43A1-8FEF-D02896B46D2E.jpeg  5C3FF969-DB7B-4096-84D5-73B907E57E11.jpeg

Larry

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