Bat Nr. 200 with Bat Red Line Cold Blast globe

 BAT 200

 

This lantern came to me with a blue globe which is not original to the lantern, although it is quite old.  Just recently I was able to find the correct globe.  It is a beautiful and rare Bat "Red Line" cold blast globe.

 

The burner cone has the words 'PATENTED' embossed on the top and the burner, itself, has some remaining original red paint still remaining on the underside of the burner.

 

*The BAT 200 model was produced after the war in the GDR (German Democratic Republic)
from 1960 to 1965. It was a joint production with the factory BAT in Beierfeld, who manufactured the fuel tank and FROWO from Beierfeld.  The Burner was made by Frowo. *Thank you Achim for this information.

 

The dark spots you are seeing is where the tinning has minimal loss, but overall, this is an excellent example of a Bat 200 and quite rare to find in this condition.

 

CIRCA:  1960's

Comments: 2
  • #2

    Mel-Owner (Saturday, 05 January 2019 10:45)

    Hi Angela,

    Value always is determined by condition and the market at the time. In general, though, the Bat 200 is rare had has value. If you use the main contact form, then you could send some photos so I can see what you have.

  • #1

    Angela Ward (Friday, 04 January 2019 22:11)

    Hi there
    I am wondering how much one of these would be worth?
    I think I know someone who has one which we would like to restore.
    Any info would be greatly appreciated.

    Kind Regards
    Angela Ward