Edward Miller & Co made , circa 1870s 
This hole pattern design has been seen on numerous models , such as J.J. Marcy and Colburn patents .
Early removable globe design, the whole main  cage and lower body are threaded together .
Sliding burner access door is attributed to Clark's 1863 patent.
Features a long stem Edward Miller marked burner , brass top , and sangster clip fount.

Condition - for an 1870s lantern,  it is in good condition. 
Light pitting and flash rust in places .
No heavy rusting.
Slight edge wear on the brass top.
Sangster clips are soft , but still holds in fount.
Fount looks good with no issues to hold oil.

** has not been oil tested **

Edward Miller & Co threaded removable globe brass top

SKU: EMILLERTG
$295.00Price

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