Delta Flashlight - Green Sealed Beam Lantern (c. 1950)
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Flashlights : Delta Brand / Lantern Style

Delta Green Sealed Beam Lantern  
Delta Green Sealed Beam Lantern




Value: $35.00
Manufacturer: Delta
Mfgr. Model #: N/A
Circa: 1950
Battery: 6V
Style: Lantern



Online Since: 5/16/2003
FM Reference #: DE00007
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  @ TOM...
THE BATTERY FOR THIS IS THE 6 VOLT "SPRING TYPE" THAT YOU CAN FIND AT WALMART FOR 5 OR 6 BUX...THE BULBS ARE MORE TRICKY AN YOU PROBABLY HAVE TO GO TO A SPECIALTY LIGHTING AN BULB PLACE TO REPLACE THESE...(FRONT BULB LOOKS LIKE A SEALED BEAM) THE TOP BULB IS A OLDER ROUND TYPE THAT IM NOT SURE THEY STILL MAKE) SOMETIMES BULBS FOR A CARS PARKING AND OR BRAKE LIGHTS WILL FIT.....GOOD LUCK....
Jun 26, 2011 - 5:29 PM
  Tom
So cool to see all the flashlights from the past! I have one of the above and would really like to make it work. I need help with: Battery type, top light type. Also, is the main light replaceable? any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Jun 26, 2011 - 2:51 PM
  James B.
I have one very similar to this. I love the 2-tone green color of it and I want to paint mine just like this! It reminds me of the Golden Age Green Lantern's (Alan Scott) lantern that he used. Also the modern day Green Lantern Corps. use similar style lanterns as batteries to recharge their rings.
Jun 12, 2010 - 4:28 PM
  David S.
I found a latern almost identical to this in my mother's garage. It came from my Grandparents hardware store, circa 1957. It is new in the box. Instead of the solid wire ring around the top of the latern, the top ring is of a single stamping, and chrome plated. Can you still get batteries?
May 25, 2008 - 1:29 PM
  Thomas M.
I have one of these beautiful lanterns, and in this condition, only mine has a mint triangular Delta logo decal on the left side above the notched bale handle retainer ( the side nearest you if you were to hold it with your right hand). I have found this to be a very useful light for camping.
Aug 5, 2007 - 12:05 AM


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