MID 19TH CENTURY WHALE OIL LANTERN

$100.00 SOLD
Originally $135.00

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Item Code: M25906

Lantern is made of tin and has mica window panes. Removable oil burner is present inside of the base of lantern. Cloth wick remains. Back tin panel freely slides up and down for lighting.

Measures 9” tall by 4 ¼” wide. Tin shows light surface rust, with moderate rust on the bottom. Window panes have crackled with age, with some areas of cracking all the way through. [sl]

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