This wall or bracket lantern was made for
the South East Queensland Railway.
For lack of a better model name they are referred to as SEQR lamps (McRae).
Partial labels on a couple of these lanterns identify the manufacturer as The Akron Light Co.,
395 Collins St., Melbourne (Australia)(Bauer, McRae)
This single mantle, match lighting lantern is in Peter Cunnington's collection.
Aladdin Industries PTY. Ltd., Sydney, Australia,
made "Storm-proof" Model 1A lanterns after importing lanterns from Sweden (Hodson).
These 1A lanterns, in Peter Cunnington's collection,
are finished in brass (left), and with a red fiber wheel,
black paint (center), and chrome (right).
These latter two have plastic valve wheels.
This is a Bi-Aladdin Model 400F with the stampings in French.
Neil McRae, whose collection this is in,
believes that Willis & Bates, a UK company, made the valve, burners,
and possibly the ventilator, but the rest was made by Aladdin Paris, in France.
It resembles the 300X Bialaddin by Willis & Bates
except that it has a brown control knob and the stamping is right on the fount.
This Ditmar Maxim Model 520 lantern is marked
with serial # K1125 that was applied by the maker, Meinrad Aschwanden, Switzerland.
The valve wheel, fount, and manometer are marked
Ditmar and/or Made in Austria reflecting the origin of those parts.
This lantern, in Jürgen Breidenstein's collection, has a lighting hole in the globe.
This is a kerosene fueled, alcohol preheated, 350 cp lantern.
These Ash Flash Model lanterns were made in Hong Kong by the Ash Flash Corporation.
Model 1010 (left as sold in the US & right as sold in Canada) shares several design features
with later KampLite models which can be seen on the AGM later lantern models page.
The lantern on the right is in Matt Reid's collection and was his first lantern;
it had belonged to his wife's grandfather.
Ash Flash Corporation Model 1022 (left) is a two mantled model
from the same time period as Model 1022 above.
The lantern on the right, in Thom Kivler's collection,
is identified as a Roddy, Model WF2200
and was likely made by AFC as well.
These Austramax Model 3/300 were manufactured by
Austramax PTY. Ltd., Brunswick, Australia.
The unfired lantern on the left includes a warning label
to not use the tip cleaner to extinguish the lantern.
The newer version on the right has a differently shaped valve wheel.
These 300 cp kerosene lanterns are in Peter Cunnington's collection.
An unknown Argentinean company made this Model 401 Bull Dog lantern,
that Juan Caiti, whose collection this is in, notes is very similar to Aida Model 214,
a 300 cp kerosene model made by Aidagesellschaf für Beleuchtung und Heizung m.b.H., Berlin
prior to WWII (Neil McRae).
The age of this lantern is not known.
The Commercial and Domestic Appliance Corporation (CADAC),
Johannesburg, South Africa, made this Olympic Model kerosene lantern
in the mid to late 1970's.
This kerosene model is preheated with alcohol
and is about 300 cp (McRae).
On the left is a Camplete Model 7300 lantern
and on the right is a Dura Camp Model 730 lantern,
that were apparently manufactured by the same Japanese company.
They are 300 cp models.
The Camplete is in Neil McRae's collection,
while the Dura Camp is in Brien Page's collection.
The Chinese National Light Industrial Products company, Shanghai, China,
made Anchor brand lighting.
This 300 cp Model 385 is unusual in having the outer mixing chamber
A printer's date code of Sept. 1963
appears on the instruction sheet that came with this lantern.
This Anchor brand 950 lantern
is a 500 cp kerosene model with rapid start.
This lantern is in Bruce Strauss' collection.
From the decal on Warwick Jones's lantern (right) we know
the maker of this Australian Radiant Star lantern (left) was Collins Brothers
who appear to have taken over Gloria Lighting at 186 Clarence St., Sydney, in the 1930's,
based on research done by Colin Mills.
The kerosene fueled lantern, in Colin Mills's collection, did not include a collar.
The lantern may date to the late 1940's to 1950's (Neil McRae).
The Luna Brand lantern was made by Drukov Družstvo, Brno, Czech Republic
in the 1950's and '60's, according to Neil McRae, for domestic sale only.
Christer Carlsson, whose collection this is in,
believes this is a 500cp model although it may be 350cp.
It is very similar to his Primus Model 1094.
Dutrut, Bernier & Desrues, Paris, France,
made this Model 1 Le Phare Liberty lantern.
This is a gasoline fueled, 180 cp model,
per Neil McRae, who took these images of the lantern,
which is in Ian Caunter's collection.
A pressure gauge is mounted on the top of the fount.
The only identification on this lantern is Fillip brand, Made in India.
The logo is a horse head surrounded by a horseshoe.
It is a 500 cp kerosene model in the Petromax style with alcohol preheat.
The generator is also stamped RLCO, perhaps a company with initials R and L.
This lantern is in Bob Fladung's collection.
A company in Badalona, Spain, made this Focus brand lantern, Model 08.
This lantern, in Bo Ryman's collection, includes a large handled,
built-in pump and preheater that probably produces a small flame
(note preheater tube through the lower half of the mica globe).
The lantern also has an alcohol preheater cup
The Gloria Light Co. Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, Australia,
made this Model 100 kerosene fueled lantern.
The pump style is European but the fuel pickup, valve assembly with tip cleaner
and burner are comparable to Coleman.
It has a Preston generator and alcohol preheater cup.
The lantern is in Peter Cunnington's collection.
The Gloria Light Co. also made this Model 379
Shellite (gasoline) fueled lantern circa 1938.
This lantern, in Bob Bauer's collection,
has a thin preheater line with holes along its length
so that flames can heat the generator (right image)
and is controlled by a separate valve in the collar (center, left image).
This Gloria Light Co. lantern model
has yet to be identified as to model.
Colin Mills, whose collection this is in,
dates it to circa 1940.
It is Shellite (gasoline) fueled as Model 379 above
and has the same preheater.
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