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Coleman's made their first lantern, Model L or Arc lantern, sometimes referred to as Model the globe part numberfrom to Strong, cited in Becker. It is based on their Model hollow wire lamp. The ventilator and fount are nickel plated brass. This lantern is in Craig Seabrook's collection. Compare to Model H below. Coleman also made the arc lantern for their Yale Light Company in Chicago.
The unmarked lantern is distinguished by a single row of large holes in the collar and is usually not nickel plated. This lantern, in Jim Grey's collection, and some other Yale arc lanterns have the burner support and generator right as found on some Gloria Light Co. Coleman also made the arc lantern for the Sunshine Safety Lamp Co. The only difference in this lantern from the one that Coleman made for their own company is the stamping on the collar lower image. This lantern is in Ron Colemna collection.
Works can be seen here. The Yale is unstamped while the other two are stamped as Model above. The lanterns on the left and center are in Matt Moore's collection, while "THE SUNSHINE LANTERN" is in Mike Ogilvie's collection. Model IL was a torch lighting model made in The tip cleaner wire hangs below the globe cage; this wire is missing on the lantern on the right. The lantern on the left may have been assembled by Coleman with an extra IL fount. These lanterns are in Don Colston's collection.
Model NL is also torch lighting as IL above colekan lacks the tip cleaner assembly. There is a screw above the torch lighting generator where the orifice enters voleman burner chamber right image. This lantern is in Dan Boschen's collection. This is not to be confused with Economy Lamp Co.
Coleman also made their Model NL for Sunshine Safety lower image although there are no entries of their production in Hiram Strong's Coleman Shipping Records Coleman quick lite dating. This NL lantern, in Michael Hawks collection, is coleman quick lite dating of several owned by collectors that are stamped for Sunshine Safety.
This converted Model QL is in Dwayne Hanson's collection; the ventilator and globe were removed for the image. Model GS is the same as torch lighting Model NL above except coleman quick lite dating the fount was made with "Armco" steel that had a protective metal coating to reduce corrosion. This unmarked lantern, in Roland Chevalier's coleman quick lite dating, requires a separate pump as on Model NL.
Model GS appears in Strong's Shipping Records from - '20 Vantiger. Air-O-Lantern Model QL left ca. These two Coleman models were found in France. They are unusual because they were never nickel-plated but the brass was coleman quick lite dating and lacquered and coleman quick lite dating collars and globe cages were painted gold. Neil McRae, whose collection these are in, believes quicck were made this way for the French market in the early 's.
Coleman made this lantern for their Yale Light Co. The founts on these ML Arcolite lanterns are either steel as above or nickel plated brass and have either a straight as above or curved air tube next lanterns, below. In addition to the diamond shaped top bolt marked Yale upper image the air tube on this lantern has the Coleman match lighting patent dated Litd 13, Please contact me if you find a lantern with a top bolt as colemna this one.
This lantern is in Doug Dwyer's collection. Coleman made hundreds of Arc lantern Model H from - Strong - Shipping Records. Only the burner assembly parts were different from Model abovefrom the generator to the burner caps and larger, round air tubes lower image, left Model H took larger mantles and was rated at candlepower Diehl. This lantern was restored by Steve Retherford for Mike Coon, whose collection this is in.
Coleman also made these LZ left and LZ right lanterns, known here by their Coleman numbers, for several retailers including Sears and Montgomery Ward. These lanterns have a separate post to support the burner; the air tube, which is curved in these models, opens below the mantles. The mica globes were removed for the images. The lantern on the left is in Doug Dwyer's collection. The lantern on the right lacks its generator and is in Don Colston's collection. There is no documented evidence that Coleman made a chandelier with lantern heads, however, this chandelier, in Brad Stephenson's collection, coleman quick lite dating no evidence of solder in the lower portions of the fuel valve assemblies where a fuel uptake tube from the fount would have been fastened and there cpleman no bail attachment marks on the frame posts.
The embossed ventilators date it to or later. The Coleman Quick-Lite was sold from to from the Wichita USA plant with no date stamp. This lantern, in Ron Lenfield's collection, includes the box and accessories. Although this lantern has a later style baffle plate, the usual baffle plate in this version is as in the right image. These two Quick-Lite lanterns are unusual because the pump is only partially mounted in the fount.
The check valve can be seen between the pump and filler cap. Air from the pump is piped up to the top of the fount. Shipping records show several hundred were sent from July - December, Becker. They were the first Coleman model to have a pump as part of the lantern. The first pumps on Quick-Lite lanterns were "built-on" rather than "built into" the founts. This L lantern, in John Stendahl's collection, is date stamped May,and has the pump top with the rounded handle.
Other L pump handles have a nearly flat top or a top with rounded lobes. The Quick-Lite L top image is dated Feb. It's flat-topped cooleman lower image, left lacks an air opening in the middle of the handle as lit the round topped pump lower image, middle - dated July The L in the lower image, right, is dated May, and has coleman quick lite dating hole.
These lanterns are in Dwayne Hanson's collection. Note datingg early filler cap shape and downturned baffle plate found on Quick-Lites in ckleman period. This Coleman Model Quick-Lite coleman quick lite dating was manufactured in July, This lantern is in Fred Kuntz's collection Fred restored this lantern which includes his reproduction mica globe. The wall shelf was made by Craig Seabrook. Coleman made this model for their Sunshine Safety company post