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Philadelphia Exterior Post Lantern Small

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Ben Franklin’s early experience in his father’s soap and candle shop led fortuitously to his invention of a two wick tube that greatly increased the power of lantern light in 1751. This led to the production of street lanterns that lit the city of Philadelphia. Late 18th - early 19th century. Designed by Scofield.

  • Dimensions

    Overall: 24" h. x 12" w. x 12" d.

  • Application

    UL listed for use in dry, damp, or wet environments.

  • Lamping

    Single Edison socket, maximum 100 watts
    Also available with single candelabra socket

  • Options

    Please specify curved or straight chimney. Additional glass and post options available. Supplied with a 3" post collar, pier mounting options also available.
    For other configurations and sizes, see our Philadelphia Lantern Family.
    See our Scofield options sheet for selections

  • Finishes

    Bronzed Copper, Natural Copper, Oxidized Copper

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