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Some examples of my Quick-Lite represented era.

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Very nice Larry, will use this for reference for my collection.Thanks
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Excellent post for anyone needing a quick reference. Thank you for taking the time to put this together. This belongs in the archives for sure.

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thanks Larry
Looks like you've got them all.
Those solid pump knobs look like they were drilled to begin with then filled.
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very helpful pics to help us ID what we might have Larry . thanks !!!
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Here I thought I had all three types of pump knobs. Really cool collection. I need to check dates on my QL's.
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Great lineup Larry!
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Amazing collection Larry,

Your collection is more amazing when comparing the population size of Oklahoma vs. most states east of the Mississippi. They usually have at least twice the population so it theory there would be twice as many lanterns out east (twice as many people, twice as many lanterns). It would also mean less people less chance of finding lanterns in Oklahoma. I bet there aren't many that can match this collection, well done !!

Great photos too! Not easy to catch the details and lighting,
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For those of you who never have met Larry, I can tell you firsthand, he is as great in person as his vast collection is online. He has always took the time to educate a rookie such as myself. Thank you Larry.
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Stellar line up, Larry!!! Great for referencing.
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WOW!!!!!
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Wow, just wow! Thanks for sharing your magnificent collection with us, Larry.
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So this is why i can't find any cool lanterns.[depressed]
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OkieRob wrote: So this is why i can't find any cool lanterns.[depressed]
Same feelings. I've never seen a real Quicklite in my life.
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Thank you all, for the very nice comments.
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Very informative nicely put together thanks for sharing.
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Great info Larry
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liteitup wrote:

Your collection is more amazing when comparing the population size of Oklahoma vs. most states east of the Mississippi. They usually have at least twice the population so it theory there would be twice as many lanterns out east (twice as many people, twice as many lanterns). It would also mean less people less chance of finding lanterns in Oklahoma. I bet there aren't many that can match this collection, well done !!


I can grasp what your saying about population Lee, but I wonder if rural electrification or better yet, lack of rural electrification had more to do with where the concentration of these early lanterns ended up. I suspect the target population of the Coleman Co. back in the 20's were the rural farms and ranches. I don't really know its just a thought.
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A superb collection of early Coleman's. It helps me ID a few that I need..many thanks for sharing
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Great post, thanks for all the work and info, it will be very useful.
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What a great collection! Thanks for taking the time to post the pictures to show all the differences. This is a great resource that will help someone know what they have or want. I will take some time to study it closely although I only have two Quick Lite lanterns.
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Awesome!! If it wasn’t reserved for amazing new finds I would say you suck!! I can’t wait until I have just one of those nice examples in my collection. Thanks for posting them.
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Great post, information, and history of these!! Hope one day to add one or more of these to my collection. The early lanterns are just in a whole different area code than the rest. Beautiful lanterns for a beautiful era of history.
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Thank you all, for the very nice comments.
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fine examples.
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Thank you for posting your collection. Great to have these pictures to compare to what I have.

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Nice Lineup Larry and great info !
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Wow ....... stunning line up and a real pleasure to look at.
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Thank you all, for the very nice comments!
I have added a few more images since the original post.
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REJ2 wrote:

I can grasp what your saying about population Lee, but I wonder if rural electrification or better yet, lack of rural electrification had more to do with where the concentration of these early lanterns ended up. I suspect the target population of the Coleman Co. back in the 20's were the rural farms and ranches. I don't really know its just a thought.

Bud Michael and I had a similar discussion when he was describing how many really nice old lanterns he found on a trip to the Dakotas.
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adkbill wrote:

Bud Michael and I had a similar discussion when he was describing how many really nice old lanterns he found on a trip to the Dakotas.


If you ever questioned why some towns or cities may sometimes be more difficult to find Coleman lamps,lanterns,stoves, and even other brands too? As compared to more rural and remote areas of the country?Yes electricity and piped gas were certainly more readily available in an earlier time frame than the more rural and remote areas. There is another contributing factor to consider here , including restrictions against these Gasoline Pressure Appliances. I have seen articles dating from 1901-1922 showing these violations with penalties such as fines up to $100 or not over 60 days imprisonment for even lighting or using one in town.

Some insurers required permits at an increased premium price to use approved gasoline lighting , not including hand or portable lamps.
September 9, 1919 Coleman attained approval listing by the National Board of Fire Underwriters, covered by their report G-479 for their line of Gasoline and Kerosene portable lamps, wall lamps, and lanterns.
More than two years later in 1922 Coleman jobber advertising states their lamps and lanterns were the first to be accepted by the National Board of Underwriters and the Only One.
Later Coleman attained an approved listing for their Air O Gas stoves in the 1920s with the now known as Underwriters Laboratories under File G-547. Some Coleman advertising acknowledges a "B" mark as an identification as being listed, other advertising shows that Coleman Safety ranges are listed in the latter 1930s.
Other competitors were soon also added to the listing.
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Very nice presentation
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Thank you, for all the nice comments.
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Is there a proper orientation for assembling the fuel cap, valve, and burner frame?

I have a 327 dated 1925, no pump, only a fuel cap. From the pics above it looks like they mostly have the fuel cap at 3:00, the valve at 9:00, and the burner frame facing 7:30 as viewed from above. But burner frames are in other positions also. The 7:30 frames are facing a trap door match hole in the underside of the bottom plate. I don't have the match hole. Mine should have a mica chimney with a door. Should mine be clocked this way or some other way? Or does it not really matter?

Also, does the bail center around the valve when down? That seems to make sense.
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Hi Mike, that is a good question with many different answers depending on components, time frame , torque used in original assembly , and assemblers preference.
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Very nice ! You really do have them all ?
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Thank you for the very nice comments!
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Hey Larry - I have several Model 275''s & 275A's that I would be willing to offer for an even trade!!
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Very Impressive
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Larry, what a fine collection, both of lanterns and very helpful pictures; thank you! Do pardon me for failing to post earlier in this thread-apparently one of those things I intended to do, and didn't.
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Very nice collection. I've since bought allot more. But had to get all mine out awhile back and inventory. I've got to go thru and finish allot of them and get them running. But it's hard not to hoard these lanterns. There getting harder and harder to find. I think I've added a couple more air-os and 427's and a 327 since then.
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Some new historical additions to my collection.

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Awesome collection, thanks for sharing.
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Very nice finds there...!

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Thank You All, for the very nice comments.
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Great Lanterns and excellent reference information! Thank you, Larry, for taking the time to put this together!

I've done so much, for so long, with so little, I can now do almost anything with nothing at all.

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Thanks Kirk ! ?
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Coleman Slant Saver #01  Coleman Quick Lite Crew #01 Sears Collectors Club #16 
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