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Fassmodell (toy lantern, Jean Schoenner, 1890s)

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Type of hardware
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manufacturer: Jean Schoenner

Nation of origin
Date of first manufacture
1890s
Dimensions

length 22 cm (8.7 inches); width 11 cm (4.3 inches); height 33 cm (13 inches)

(all dimensions are nominal; individual examples may have varied slightly from these values).

Material(s)
metal
Production
produced in quantity
Original retail price
unknown
Notes

Black German toy lantern, probably 'Fassmodel no. 200-206', with side-handles, elbow chimney, lens and petroleum lamp, chimney detachable.

Looks similar to the lantern described as 'Feine Laterna Magica' in undated catalogue (p. 5) and 'Jubiläumskatalog (p.9).

Lucerna ID 2000162

Record created by , Richard Crangle and Sarah Dellmann. Last updated 26 October 2019

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