Dealers set and control pricing of the products they sell. So were the manuals that came with them. All the Canadian Model 200A lanterns I have viewed have the looped tip cleaner. He shows pictures of both the Canadian 200 and Canadian 200A,both have the same set up. Once you have both of these numbers you can go to the International Coleman Collector's Club website Technical Information at www. Registered: 1375899964 Posts: 2,364 Posted 1424033538 Actually, there were so many changes to the 200 and 200A over the years, that it is hard to compare them.
It would give us some more information. E20 Jumbo Gas Lanterns These two massive Quick-Lite lanterns were used in henhouses and butcher shops. Canada produced the 200 brass fount for a long time. You'll clearly find the code on the bottom, as before, but the number on the left will be the month and the 2-digit code on the right will be the year. Outside of the United States or Canada you must use PayPal and please email for shipping costs. The ventilator was probably green enamel originally. Model 220A image below right , also had a short ventilator.
Most Coleman lantern are date stamped. Maybe for an upcoming book. The iconic Coleman Lantern provides amenities and value beyond your imagination. What month and year is your Canadian Model 200A? Originally Posted by NickelFount Looks to me like an unmarked 1969 Canadian 200. The Canadian 200 has three rings on the bottom vent,while the Canadian 200A has only one. Many other Coleman items have been dated since the 1960s too.
All the Canadian Model 200A lanterns I have viewed have the looped tip cleaner. Prior to about 1948 Coleman used a numbering system which had one number on the left, the last digit of the year, and a number on the right which was the month. Also, with ShippingPass, there is no need to worry about commitment. Bottom of fount stamp on a 242C lantern indicating April of 1947. Not sure if these are replacements or were used when parts ran low and Coleman Canada used what ever was at hand? The pump is held with a metal clip, rather than two small screws. I dare say there are some that could have the bent style tip cleaner out there as well.
It has a cast aluminum preheater cup that was also used on other kerosene fueled models. For the first year of production in February and November they identified the generator as No. Might be a different fuel cap too. Dealers set and control pricing of the products they sell. Mike Ogilvie, whose collection this is in, has another with the same date stamping and also without two digits for the year.
The early L427s had built-on pumps. Beginning in February, 1951, the Toronto factory began producing their Model 200 lantern. If your order is placed before the 11 a. The previous vent some call the 'tall vent'. The most important thing you need to start with is the number of mantles on your lantern. I have many parts which are no longer available from Coleman or the common sporting goods retailers.
This lantern has a twin whose plating was also stripped; the two are dated April and August of 1929. Rather than building a flow-chart it will probably be easy to point you in the right direction to figure out what you have. Items like the looped pricker lever and single piece caps were standard for the years previous. Pricing does not include freight, tax, title, license or dealer specified charges. By entering below, I agree to receive emails from The Coleman Company, Inc.
A third version may have existed as well, but has never been found. The paint on this fount was restored by a previous owner. The ventilator above is dark blue, not pale green, and the brass fount is painted brown with gold accents, as were some lamp models produced in the Toronto factory in this period. Be sure to add it to the calendar too. This model was likely an economy model as it has no valve, only a tip cleaner lever, and the pump is the simple European type without the usual Coleman positive shut-off. Why the difference in clocking? Figures 1 through 3 show the two different locations: Side of fount stamp on a 220 lantern indicating September of 1928.
This has to be a Canadian Model 200A. They then started making the 200A in Canada to about June 1970. Originally Posted by Coleman369 Does your Canadian lantern have the one ring Canadian style vent? The mica globe was removed for the image. Look on the very bottom of the fount for some numbers. It is identical to Model 238A above but lacks the rapid preheater.