What's for sale?
This is a metal roadwork lantern with paraffin burner and complimentary, battery-powered, LED string lighting.
The paint is original, it's been cleaned and polished inside and out and ready to use, even as an alternative form of interior or exterior lighting. With that in mind, we're including a small string of yellow LED lights, powered by two CR2032 button batteries.
The construction is a bit wonky, the paintwork is missing in many places but the lenses are undamaged. The paraffin tank is bone dry, in good condition and complete with wick.
Who made it and when?
Roadwork lanterns like these were used in the 1960's and 70's. The maker was Batchlee, more commonly known as Bat. Their embossed, bat logo is prominent on the roof and it's marked:
- BS (the British Safety kite mark)
What condition is it in?
- In fair condition
- Cleaned and polished inside and out
- No noticeable paraffin odour
- Many scratches and rust marks
What are the measurements?
- 39cm high to top of the handle
- 14cm square
- 1657 grams
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metal and glass
Late 20th century (1950-1999)
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