1940s Noma Blackout Lantern

From the early years of World War II comes this Noma One 4 All blackout candle lantern. It's black painted steel with a vented lid, 6-1/4 inches high. The glass candle holder inside can be turned to three different colors: red, clear (white), or green. It's sometimes mistaken for a Christmas lantern due to the red and green coloring, but was advertised as suitable for use during wartime blackouts as well as for camping, boating, power outages, and emergency use. A keyhole opening on the handle allows the lantern to be hung. The flashed coloring on the glass has some scratching as shown and the candle has been lit, otherwise the lantern is in good vintage condition.

Item ID: 9305

$45 USD

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