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Long Lasting Mantle Lanterns
Made with stainless steel, brass and aluminum, H.C. Lanterns fabricates quality naphtha gas and kerosene lamps and lanterns.
“They are built rugged,” says Aaron King, owner of the Quarryville, Penn., business.
The bright, easy-to-maintain lights look similar to old mantle lamp designs, but have strong stainless steel 2 1/2-qt. fuel tanks. The Lightning Bug ($330) has a handle to hang in a barn or workshop, while The Firefly ($285) is designed to use in the house.
King also modifies 20-lb. LP tanks to hold fuel that lights lamps for 50 to 60 hrs. And he sells lamp heads ($98.75) to fit on Leacock tanks.
While most of his retail dealers in 25 states cater to Amish customers, King directly ships to customers who use the lanterns for camping, hunting, off-grid and other purposes. He also has a line of propane lights and sells lantern globes and parts.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, H.C. Lanterns, 418 Furnace Rd., Quarryville, Penn. 17566 (ph 717 786-1049).

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2021 - Volume #45, Issue #1