Lantern is marked on the top, " The Adlake Non-Sweating Lamp, Chicago ". 18 inches tall, and about 9 1/2 inch wide.
I really know nothing about railroad lamps, so please look at my photos closely. This lamp is very dirty, especially soot on the inside. Don't know if there is suppose to be some type of burner inside , but there is not one inside.
One protective lens grate, is missing the screw clamp, that locks it into place. There are 2 lens, that I would call sea blue, one red, and one cobalt blue. I looked them over the best I could, without trying to take them out.
Three look very good, but there is one blue that has an edge chip. I have used a yellow pencil in one photo, to try and point out the chip.
The top cage like piece, that comes off , has a broken hinge, and there is no mate on the lamp base, for that hasp on the other side to connect to. I used a yellow pencil on each of these to try and point these 2 out.
There are no other parts or pieces, that come with this lamp, that is not shown in my photos. 16x13x12 cost on this , to any of the 50 U.
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Take the time to read the item description carefully. If there is something you want to see , that is not in any of my photos , please request additional photographs. Please be specific on exactly what you would like to see. Thank you for reading all this information , and good luck. The item "ANTIQUE ADLAKE NON SWEATING 4 WAY RAILROAD SWITCH LAMP VINTAGE SIGNAL LANTERN" is in sale since Sunday, November 10, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Railroadiana & Trains\Hardware\Lanterns & Lamps". The seller is "tmanla" and is located in Los Angeles, California.
This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, France, Australia.