The 200A is a common single-mantle lantern; all five of our Christmas lanterns are dated various months of 1951.220D This twin-mantle 220D lantern is dated B1950, which means it was made in the second half of that year.
The fount is nickel-plated brass, but models in 1951 were painted green instead.
As many have said if you drill a hole they have gotten it to fit in their lantern.
Als je op de website klikt of op de website navigeert, ga je ermee akkoord dat we op en buiten Facebook informatie verzamelen via cookies.These Coleman Canada Model 236 lanterns, the Major, are 500 cp and use white gas.The one on the left, in Agostino Del Coro's collection, is dated B 1946; the fount is finished in green paint as nickel was not yet available after WWII The one on the right, in Matthew Reid's collection, is dated Mar. This Coleman Canada Model 242B lantern, date stamped February 1948, is unusual because of the brown enameled ventilator.This kerosene fueled Model 249 is date stamped A (that we believe means Jan-Mar) 1946.This lantern, in Tony Webber's collection, has the brass fount finished in light green paint due to a lack of nickel at the end of WWII.This lantern, in Michel Binard's collection, has the lighting instructions stamped in the collar in 3 languages.