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Antique brass combination port and starboard Queen Anne by Perkins running lantern circa 1890
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Antique brass combination port and starboard Queen Anne by Perkins running lantern circa 1890 with glass fresnel lenses. A brass divider separates the port lens from the starboard lens with wide reflector panels on either side. In its original unpolished condition with natural age patina. Affixed makers plaque on the back reads: M'F'R'D BY PERKINS MARINE LAMP CORPRN BROOKLYN - NEW YORK - The lantern is the original burner. 10 3/4" overall width - 10 1/2" height to top of lantern - 14" from base to top of the handle. In good condition with some retaining putty loss on the inside around the lenses; and as noted the original burner is present.