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    Posted 9 years ago

    kpantle
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    This was given to my by my uncle over 30 years ago. He always said it was a railroad lantern....I'm not sure

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      I would like to see the "Mounting" bracket on the back. Thinking more along the lines of early vechicle lamp. late 1890's-19 teens
    2. kpantle, 9 years ago
      I did add a couple more pictures, the reason I believe it to be a rail road lantern is because it has one small red lens and one small green lens on opposite sides.Thanks so much for the input!
    3. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      The red and greens could be found on earlier bicycle lamps along with boat lamps. With the "Northstar" logo on the back, I'm going with a boat lamp, it's not railroad piece. I sure on the approx date. Again thanks for sharing this, I'll try to find it in one of my old catalogs and get back with you.
      Kerry
    4. lampnut, 8 years ago
      It looks like it's an kerosene fueled bicycle head lamp c1900. Is there a makers name anywhere?
    5. kpantle, 8 years ago
      The only markings I can find is north star, I don't pick it up very often just as I am scared to break it, so if there is some where specific I should look let me know. Thanks
    6. lampnut, 8 years ago
      This link (Worthpoint) will confirm that what I thought was correct.

      http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/reserve-antique-h-kerosene-bicycle-132807845

      Kind regards
      (Bruce, Auckland New Zealand)
    7. kpantle, 8 years ago
      Thank you lampnut!

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