Ash Flash Flashlight - Brown/Metal Lantern with Bale, Handle and Red Beacon on Top (c. 1965)
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Ash Flash Brown/Metal Lantern with Bale, Handle and Red Beacon on Top   Ash Flash Brown/Metal Lantern with Bale, Handle and Red Beacon on Top




Value: $5.00
Manufacturer: Ash Flash
Mfgr. Model #: N/A
Circa: 1965
Battery: 6V
Style: Lantern



Online Since: 8/31/2007
FM Reference #: AS00047
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  Gene S.
I have one just like this, except the red globe is a little different in design and the body of the lantern is chrome, not brown. It says Ash Flash on the bottom of the lantern. This was my grandfather's lamp. He used it at his workplace. He worked for
Norfolk & Western Railroad, originally Nickel Plate Road. This lantern was commonplace for railroaders at N&W. It is is excellent condition, and I agree, the light is very bright!
Jan 20, 2011 - 8:55 PM
  John Peters
I have this lantern and the box it comes in. Both in mint condition. The Model No. is LR-53. Mine is a grey color. The box calls it a Blinker Lantern.
Aug 23, 2010 - 2:10 PM
  ED
@ LARRY....ACCORDING TO THE TOP OF THIS PAGE...THIS LIGHT TAKES A "6 VOLT" BATTERY...WHICH IS EASY TO FIND...YOU CAN FIND THE "SPRING TYPE" SQUARE BATTERY AT WALMART.....(WHICH I BELIEVE THIS USES)...AN THE "SCREW TYPE" RECTANGULAR BATTERY...(WHERE THE LIGHT SCREWS ONTO THE BATTERY FOR A BASE).... AT A HARDWARE STORE"...GOOD LUCK.... :0)
Jun 15, 2010 - 2:33 PM
  Larry
I have a similar lattern, except it is Green in color not brown. I am not sure if this was an option on these, I traded Dale Earnhardt standup for it. No rust, would LOVE to find battery to make it work. Can you help me out anybody?.... Thanks, and GOD bless..
Jun 14, 2010 - 9:16 PM
  Jagger
I own one simular to this but i think mine is older anyhow great lite super brite
Jan 23, 2010 - 7:08 PM


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