W.T. Kirkman No. 300 Frontier Post Lamp & Decorative Post
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Shipping Weight: 75.00 pounds
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The W. T. Kirkman No. 300 Frontier Lamp is patterned after the Dietz and C. T. Ham street lamps of over 100 years ago. This type of lantern was common in the United States in the late 1800's into the 1920's, and could be found at railroad stations and platforms, army & cavalry bases, courthouse and library entrances to name just a few. The W.T. Kirkman #300 Frontier is closer in appearance to the original 1880 patterns than any other lamp made in the past 50 years.
The decorative 6'6" post features heavy duty all aluminum construction with a pipe wall thickness of .120". A removable access door on the base allows for easy wiring, and a hidden outlet if desired.
■ Casts No Shadow
■ Oil Version 12-16 Candle Power Output
■ 20+ Hour Burn Time per Tank
■ Patent "Cold Blast" Design
■ Burns Kerosene, Citronella Oil, Etc.
■ Regulated & Filled From the Outside
■ Weather-Proof Air Intakes
■ Rust-Proof Cast Aluminum Base and Crown
■ Oil Tank is Interchangeable with the Dietz #3 or Pioneer, and the C. T. Ham #9 Lamps
■ Reflector Diameter: 14"
■ Lamp Height: 26"
■ Overall Height: 8'6"
■ Electric Version has one E-26 Edison Base Socket, 100 Watt Max
■ Made in U.S.A. with both Imported and Domestic Components
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