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C.T. Ham No.2 Bottom lift tubular 
Made in Rochester, N.Y. 
This early model features a brass pin lift , attached to the globe plate  that slides in a tube thru the fount.
Ham's signature style patch corners used at the start 1886 - mid 1890s
Unmarked No.0 globe 
Brass No.2 burner and cone , with New wick. 

Catalog cut  from 1893 shows this lantern with a No.0 hotblast globe 

Condition - very good, restored Condition from previous owner.
The bottom has been replaced , but very nicely done with a bead rolled center .

One area pointed out on the upper elbow , may or may not have a repair , it looks like some extra solder but I cannot tell.

Tin is excellent,  with no rust , very little pitting , primarily on the fount . 
No other visible condition issues.

** has not been  oil tested **

C.T. Ham No.2 ( early ) patch corner and pin lift tubular

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