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best of the best! One of the rarest examples of a C&NW
lantern that exists. This is a Steam Gauge & Lantern
brass top bell bottom. With perhaps as few as 4 known
examples of this frame, this is the best of the 4. Rich
dark brown patina and smooth metal with maybe a hint of
minor pitting, but certainly not an issue on this frame.
Hallmark on the chimney below the vent holes is from the
Rochester address which dates this lantern prior to 1888.
Just a stellar example. The globe is a red flashed extended
base C&NWRy globe with a super heavy strike on the
lettering. Minor rim chips only. A true gem from a very
cast 6" globe cast "PENN Co" in a rectangular
panel. This is an early example globe that is seldom offered
for sale. Nice cast on the lettering and only minor rim
in large letters on the lid of this Adams & Westlake
ADAMS model 1897 lantern. Super nice with no rust or pitting
and most of the tinning left on the lantern and twist
off pot. The pot has a functional burner which has its
stem bent back as turning device but works. Just an excellent
frame. The globe is truly a star. Super heavy cast serif
extended base globe marked GNRy in a rectangle panel.
The globe has rim chips and flakes only as shown in the
photos. Very hard set to find.
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