Made by Edward Miller Company of Meriden, CT. Design patent is by J. 1870s economy lantern made to compete with the prices of the New popular tubular lanterns.
Screw cap holds the globe tight and slides in a grooved track on the cap. Sangster fount with a brass (New replaced) No. Featuresa unique back reflector shield , may or may not be factory , but for sure has been on the frame a long time. Condition - very good , barn fresh condition, never restored.Sangster clips are tight, top cap bolt threads smoothly. Globe does have a chip missing from the lower lip (but is no noticeable in the frame). Tin is smooth , no heavy rusting or pitting. No visible working condition issues. Has not been oil tested. Please check last picture for more listed daily. The item "Antique Edward Miller Mfg Co. Marcy patent 1870s dead flame LANTERN" is in sale since Monday, January 18, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps".
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