Aladdin Kerosene Lamps

Aladdin Kerosene Lamps
Aladdin lamps are unique as they are very bright (60 Watt light bulb) and use of a round wick (That makes a non flickering flame).

How to date Aladdin Lamps
On the “Button” that turns the wick up you will see the Aladdin name and a model number.  This helps date it.

Model 1 (May 1909 to August 1910)
Model 2 (September 1910 to December 1910)
Model 3 (January 1911 to August 1912)
Model 4 (September 1912 to August 1913)
Model 5 (September 1913 to August 1914)
Model 6 (September 1914 to July 1917, In Canada to August 1920)
Model 7 (August 1917 to July 1919, Not sold in Canada)
Model 8 (August 1919 to 1920, Not sold in Canada)
Model 9 (August 1920 to August 1922)
Model 10 (May 1921 to August 1922)
Model 11 (September 1922 to May 1928)
Model 12 (May 1928 to April 1935, Sold in Australia through 1945 or 46)
Model 14 – Super Aladdin (UK)
Model 16 A (is UK model 14)
Model 16 B (is US model B) (Australia)
Model 21 C (May 1963 to December 1969)
Model 23 (December 1969 – Present)
Model 23 “Regency” shelf lamp (1980 to 1994)
Model 23 100th anniversary parlor lamp  (2008)
Model 23 “Short lincoln drape” ( 1974 through present)
Model 23 Lincoln drape shelf lamps (1975 through 1993)
Model 23 70th anniversary table lamp  (1978)
Model 23 American Classic (1980 through 1990)
Model 23 Log Cabin stoneware shelf lamp (1984 and 1985)
Model 23 Genie III (1999 through present) + American Lamp Supply versions
Model 23 “Short lincoln drape” ( 1974 through present)
Model 23 Lincoln drape shelf lamps (1975 through 1993)
Model 23 70th anniversary table lamp  (1978)
Model 23 American Classic (1980 through 1990)
Model 23 Log Cabin stoneware shelf lamp (1984 and 1985)
Model 23 Genie III (1999 through present) + American Lamp Supply versions
Model 1200 Argentina (1938 to 1938?)
Model A
(1932)
Model B “Colonial” (1933)
Model B “Cathedral”   (1934)
Model B “Corinthian” (1935 to 1936)
Model B “Majestic” (1935 to 1936)
Model B glass font lamps  (1935 to 1953)
Model B “Diamond Quilt” (1937 )
Model B “Vertique” (1938)
Model B “Beehive”  (1937, 1938)
Model B “Washington Drape” round base (1939)
Model B “Tall Lincoln Drape” (1940 to 1949)
Model B “Simplicity”  (1948 through 1953)
Model B “Washington Drape” filigree stem (1940)
Model B “Washington Drape” bell stem  (1941)
Model B “Washington drape” plain stem (191 to 1955)
Model B (1933 to 1955)
Model B
“Oriental” (1935 to 1936)
Model B 
“Treasure” (1937 to 1953)
Model B
“Nashville Treasure” (1949)
Model B
Metal font lamps (1935 through 1954)
Model C
(October 1955 to April 1963)
Model C
  Brazilian font lamp (1974 to 1975)

More Help Dating
1915
Model 6 First floor lamp
1928 First Aladdin manufactured glass shades & paper shades
1930 Electric lamps
1930-1935
Model 12 vase lamps
1932
First glass lamps
1933 First English made lamps
1935-1954
Glass font lamps
1938 Aladdin glass shades discontinued (Until 1951 when reintroduced)
1943 -1945 No brass lamps manufactured
1944 – 1952
bakelite lamps were manufactured in Australia
1949-1954
Model 12 & Model B Nashville burners
1952
Last floor lamp
1954
Model B discontinued.
1955
Last Aladdin glass lamp
1974
Glass lamp production resumed (undated model 23 Lincoln Drape)
1978
Aladdin manufactured a small number of model 23 student lamps for its 75th anniversary.
1984 Aladdin Canada closed
1994
Fenton started manufacturing a line of glass lamps for Aladdin
1999
Kerosene lamp division sold.
2008 Aladdin reintroduced the parlor lamp fount design was a model 23 lamp as a 100th anniversary commemoration lamp.

Here are a few Aladdin Lamps we currently have in stock.


These are a pair of brass aladdin’s with nice red glass shades in perfect condition

Here is a closeup of the burner and button on a hanging lamp (Model 12)

Here is the full shot of the model 12 hanging

This is a mantle lamp

And the full view