The pages contained here are intended for the use of amateur collectors and people interested in Coleman collecting, restoration and repair as a hobby. Model 237 replaced per the 1937 Coleman Canada Export Catalog. Please note that Model 153 needs separate pump. It goes without saying to refrain from political posts, personal attacks and inflammatory posts. Items in search results The Model has the slant Q77 generators and is dated July , while the L has the T generator and is dated Oct. It appears to be an L427 or similar model.
The ventilator was probably green enamel originally. It is roughly the same lantern, but it shunned the wood handle as a fire hazard. I bought them for cheap on eBay, just for the 334 shade. Login to make your opinion count. This website is an image collection of models of liquid fueled pressure lanterns, lamps, stoves, heaters, and irons. Large images may take a few minutes to appear. The appliances are arranged by manufacturer and usually by the country or region of the world in which they were made.
That hadn't occurred to me. If you have an earlier stamped 249 please. The Coleman Company in Canada made this L427 Quick-Lite lantern in April, 1927. I just spotted a Jan. I completed this version of the website on February 21, 2018.
Unfortunately I've not confirmed the shade number yet. The mica globe is shot and I just need to break down and buy some citric acid to clean my brass and steel. This demand brought several unique features to the 252, such as a built-in compartment for spare parts, a chained-on funnel and filler cap, and twin curved air tubes. Coleman table lamp with 329 Monax glass shade and is quoted from Don Bursill's collection with his permission. These might help but I didn't take a picture of the pipe entering the font at the top.
They all cleaned up nicely. It was being used until a few years ago on a farm about 60kms from Adelaide, South Australia. It has several features that are typical of the period including bail detents as on Model 220 above, the baffle plate is stamped Coleman Quick-Lite, Made in Toronto Canada, and the Bakelite valve wheel has 12 ridges for gripping. Equipped with an internal pump and mica globe, this two-mantle lantern sold for fourteen years over the course of the Great Depression. Also, please educate me on pre-heating the generator. Simply, that right direction is our virtual museum.
© 2012 Amandy Productions, Ltd. Some are stamped in places where they shouldn't be. The top thumb screw has a different shape and is smaller. The pump system was changed - an air tube was threaded from the base of the pump to the top of the fount so gas would not leak out in case of check valve failure. Bottom of fount stamp on an 200A lantern indicating October of 1966. The stenciling says Coleman Quick-Lite and Jumbo Lantern. Model 242 was the first of many successful single-mantle lanterns for Coleman.
It has nickel plated brass fount and ventilator. Interestingly, it has a curved fuel tube within its fount and it is similar to Model 220-228 lantern's but not the same one. There is no air tube, either, which slightly reduced the weight. The original globes in these lanterns were mica. This lantern was discontinued around 1919 or 1920.
These lamps are an elegant kind of cool, and while not suitable for camping, they are quite nice for the remote home, or a picnic table on a cool evening. Designed for farm use, it was an unintuitive piece of equipment, but also a starting point. I think that either someone swapped the upper parts before I got it, or there are more variations than I realize. To figure this out you'll need that number on the left and a model number. This lantern is Instant-Lite and was presumably once painted red, and seems most comparable to a 220B, although its top is wider.
This one is dated October 1934; the nickel plating and green paint on the vent top were stripped by the same rookie hobbyist. The left shade is a Coleman 318 and the right one is a Coleman 324. Unfortunately, neither of these came with a valve, burner or anything above the handle. I also go over some lessons learned from having made a disappointing purchase on Ebay, and what I did to the lamp to resolve those issues. Model 228 used the same bail attachment as Model 220 above and also has detents to hold the bail upright. But, sometimes the numbers will mean nothing unless you know what you're looking at! Agostino Del Coro identified this kerosene fueled 327K dated August, 1937, in the mixing tube below the burner casting as well as the preheater cup on the R55 generator. The right image is from Canadian Coleman catalogue, effective Sep.