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152SD (left image). Models 138, 138A, and 138B are named in Coleman catalogs but the details of their differences are not known. Canadian Coleman lamps, Model 153 (left) dated Sept. 1934 and Model 154 (right) dated Aug. 1938. Note the carburetor valve in the F-104 & F-105; these lamps are instant lighting. Model 129 is similar in features to 134 models above except that it is a kerosene model. It is date stamped January, 1930. The double-mantle models in various iterations were amongst the most widespread and were in production from 1927 until 1979 (for model 228) or 1983 (for model 220). This Coleman Canada Model CQ is undated and is only identified on the fiber handle (lower image). It shared the burner and generator with the Model 223 series export lanterns (middle image). Coleman appliances made in countries other than the US and Canada are included in the Coleman Canada pages on the website. The Canadian department store chain Eatons advertised this model in 1926 – 1929 (Vantiger). The US version of this model also had an integral pump, whereas the Canadian version required a separate pump. George Rocen found this insect screen in Regina, Saskatchewan. The lamp could be run on kerosene or gasoline with a T44K or T44G generator respectively. This website is an image collection of models of liquid fueled pressure lanterns, lamps, stoves, heaters, and irons. Coleman in Toronto made this Model 156 “Empress” lamp which is date stamped Feb. 1949. The Canadian version of this model lacked the integral pump. It was sold with a No 355 globe as Model 129G; with a parchment shade and the 355 globe it was sold as Model 129. A CQ stamped lamp on the bottom, the decal on the side of this Canadian lamp identifies it as Kerosene Mantle Lamp. This is a very special A real ‘go-to place’ for Coleman enthusiasts. The icon takes you to his Home page and you can start a tour of his site there. worldwide. The Coleman Lantern is a line of pressure lamps first introduced by the Coleman Company in 1914. Darrell Kleckner shows lamps from his Aladdin You can see the Coleman – Toronto version of Model HQ here. The inner 660 globe and hanger (left image) are original to the lamp. The appliances reveal a rich history in the many ways that their designers solved problems of containing and moving fuel and air to burners. This lamp is in Jim Dencker’s collection. Over the years more than 50 million of the lanterns have been sold throughout the world. The shades are original; the burner assemblies and fount bottom stampings are identical. The decal (lower image) is a distinctive shape. This lamp, in Doug Downs collection, is dated April 1948. The bell and handle on this version vary in height from 5 1/8 to 5 3/8″. The lamp is unfired and came with the 159X-3382 globe holder and 330 globe. The Coleman plastic shade is No. This Model C331 lamp has an integral pump, fluted fount, and turned wood handle – features that are unique among Coleman’s Quick-Lite lamp models. The fount on the lamp in the center is steel due to a shortage of brass during WWII. Coleman in Toronto, Canada, sold a steel base/vase to hold 242 series lanterns and called it a No. This page is constantly updated. A pressure gauge (not present here) was extra. It was manufactured in October, 1938. a fine Lighting Library. Coleman made several thousand Model HQ pendant lamps in the mid- to late-1920’s, according to Strong’s Shipping Records (Becker). This lamp, in Ed Dennis’ collection, is date stamped Sept. 1929, a couple of months after the model was first shipped. Dr. Alan Moore has done an A real ‘go-to place’ for Coleman enthusiasts. In 1900, William Coffin Coleman was selling high pressure gasoline fueled lamps. The Model 154 lamp is in Craig Seabrook’s collection. This lamp has the M burner (lower image) as on Model P above. This Model BQ Bracket Lamp is shown with the #307 white ribbed shade. The lamp was sold without the shade. Gas Pressure Lanterns, Lamps, Stoves, Heaters and Irons. The website also features a good "tips" The lamp on the right, in George Rocen’s collection, may have been made near the end of lamp making by Coleman in Canada. It was made in the late teens to early 30’s. Coleman in Toronto made this Model 157 “Sunshine” lamp which is also date stamped Jan. 1947 as the above Wichita Model 152s. This wall … The retail price of this model in 1933 was $9.75. [5], "History of The Coleman Company, Inc. – FundingUniverse", https://terry-marsh.com/coleman-us-lanterns-1981-2000/, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Coleman_Lantern&oldid=911925697, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 22 August 2019, at 02:27.


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