FEUERHAND NR. 277
This is a very hard to find Feuerhand model Nr. 277. The lantern arrived to me with an Adlake Railroad Globe in it. At one point, the lantern had been painted Black and was difficult to get the black paint out of the pitted areas of the lantern. Some of the paint still remains in the pitting. This particular lantern was restored by me, but will be in the private collection of another fellow collector in Germany. He was gracious enough to let me showcase this lantern on my website before it heads back over the ocean.
The Feuerhand Nr. 277 is actually part of the 'Baby Series'. The correct globe would be a Jenaer Schott glass globe. The embossed clear Feuerhand globe is from my FH 270 which was mounted for reference only.
The burner cone on the Nr. 277 is larger than the Nr. 270 even though the lanterns are almost identical in size. The Feuerhand Nr. 270 is the Pre-Model of the later Baby-Series: Nr. 277. See photo of both models for comparison in the photo gallery.
CIRCA: 1938 - 39
Mel-Owner (Thursday, 20 April 2023 18:46)
Can you use the main contact form and then we will be able to chat about your lantern?
John Hanson (Thursday, 20 April 2023 17:17)
Very nice detail and photos on this lamp. I have one that came down from the family, and am surprised to know it is quite rare. I have what I believe is the original globe. It isn’t embossed, but rather has a partial printed name of Feuerhand visible on the glass.
I’m curious what is recommended for cleaning/sealing the metal surface. It was never refinished, and has some bright metal visible. Very light surface rust. Wondering if a light machine oil or wax would be good to seal it. Thanks
Bryan Baldwin (Tuesday, 26 April 2022 16:52)
Hi there, very interesting site, thank you. I am looking for a globe for my Feuerhand Nr 277.
If you know where I could get one, please let me know.
PS: I am in Saskatchewan, Canada
James (Wednesday, 11 September 2019 13:35)
I've come across a Feuerhand # 277 can send pictures if your Interested.
I'm from Canada