1860’s Policeman/Signal Lantern Replica
Lanterns of this type were used both as boat signal lantern as well as a policeman’s lantern. A similar lantern was retrieved from the wreck of the CSS H.L. Hunley. This item is made to order. Oil or electric versions available.
Note the Lamp Photographed is an electric lamp with a wire out the back.
This Lamp Model was constructed and film by How It’s Made for Season 29, Episode 3.
Please Call in to Order this Product, There are many aspects of this work that need to be discussed before purchase.
This product is made to order in our Southern California Facility, some production time will be required. Custom orders for this product will take longer than the normal production time of 2-4 weeks due to complexity. Please Expect a Required Construction time of about 4-8 Weeks. Please call us toll free at 1-877-985-5267 (in the U.S.A.,) if you have any questions, or require this product be built faster than normal.
|Dimensions||8 × 8 × 8 in|
2 reviews for 1860’s Policeman/Signal Lantern Replica
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ron monville –
I’m interested but can’t locate the price on your website.. how much is the police lantern – seen on How It;s Made
Madison Kirkman –
I just added the capability to purchase online. We usually suggest that you call to place custom orders like this.
Mark Williams –
Beautiful! Did the ca 1860 lantern design not use a shutter to open or close off the light? Thanks! And I have this page linked on my page about Dark Lanterns, https://darklanterntales.wordpress.com/what-is-a-dark-lantern/
Madison Kirkman –
Not all of these style of lamp had blinders, and some blinders were actuated with a finger finial just below the lens instead of on the back and top of the lamp. We opted to not go with a blinder.
– Madison Kirkman