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Compare to Model H416 is usually not nickel plated.

The only difference in this lantern from the one that Coleman made for their own company is the stamping on the collar (lower image). An arc lantern for Sunshine Safety by National Stamping & Elec. The Yale version (left) of the Coleman Air-O-Lantern 319 (center) and the version for Sunshine Safety (right), all made by Coleman for different periods between 19.

The standard lamp of the era burned kerosene and produced a smoky, flickering, yellowish light. Coleman saw potential in the new light, and through his vision a new company was born that would put America’s farms and ranches in a new light, and would eventually make his name synonymous with outdoor fun.

The Coleman Company made a demonstration lamp (left) to support their Instant-Lite patent; note the presence of the sight glass to see fuel and/or air moving up to the generator. Jim Nichols modified an early 220B by adding a heat deflector and sight glass (2nd from left).

In the instant lite position, air bubbles and fuel pass through the sight glass (2nd from right) while in the run position, only fuel passes through the sight glass (right).

In the early 1930s Coleman made this F146 lantern for Sunshine Products Co., Chicago, Illinois, a wholly owned subsidiary of Coleman.

The lantern on the left may have been assembled by Coleman with an extra IL 319 fount. Model NL 323 is also torch lighting as IL 323 above but lacks the tip cleaner assembly.

There is a screw above the torch lighting generator where the orifice enters the burner chamber (right image). This lantern is not to be confused with Economy Lamp Co. Coleman also made their Model NL for Sunshine Safety (lower image) although there are no entries of their production in Hiram Strong's Coleman Shipping Records (Vantiger).