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The Bright History of the Lantern: Who Invented the Lantern and Why?
Designed for farm use, it was an unintuitive piece of equipment, but also a starting point. At a whopping fourteen pounds before fuel, eight-inch diameter, and twenty-inch height, it was hard to carry. The biggest contributors to the nickel-plated brass lantern's excessive weight were its two-quart fuel capacity and enormous glass globe.
Model R reading lamp Coleman first conceived the idea of a lamp specially designed for reading in , and it took two years to put it to fruition. The result was the Model R, and its height allowed it to illuminate the pages of a reader's favorite Mark Twain novel. The lamp is fueled by gasoline and pressured with an external hand pump; the unit took several seconds to light. Manufactured for seven years, fewer than 20, Model Rs were shipped, and the glass shade has become especially rare. This is an original shade, and the lamp was made circa
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