Colin: Not so much that I want to buy the boiler, but I want to know what it is in case it needs to be added to my list of known boilers. You say it's USA-sold? Shoot me an email, KitDaKat@aol.com. I'm guessing it's what was sold as a "geyser lamp"? Glass coil with blue or purple liquid bubbling up, inside a glitter lamp?
Re; Coach Lantern
They're nice lamps and made by Crestworth if the one you're describing is what I think it is. I've the 'Starboard' variety i.e. Green wax. The Port is the red wax variety. These can easily go for 50-60 pounds but i've seen them go for much less and much more so it's hard to say.
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