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  There is also a clear crystal lamp in this series, however it is extremely rare.  Amber lamps can also be found with an opalique quality that makes the amber color appear to be cloudy or milky.  Some of the early lamps have an oversized foot, possibly modified from the Solitaire mold.

(show me that foot!)

  The short and tall Lincoln drape lamps share the fact that they are the only Aladdin lamps to have been reproduced, or copied, by other manufacturers.  They have been reproduced in a variety of colors, but the new lamps are easily recognized by the presence of a metal collar where the burner screws into the lamp. Old lamps do not have this collar. Their burner threads are metal but are glued inside the lamp with no part of them visible from the outside. 

(show me again!)

 

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B-60

 

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B-62

 

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B-61

 

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B-61o

 


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