(Patent office label missing); the second, a kersoine lantern, constructed of tin (Patent office label missing); the third, Patentee Holmes Booth & Haydens, Patented January 24, 1860, constructed of copper and tin signed "Holmes Booth & Haydens Patent Jan. 24 1860"(Patent office label missing)--6in. high, 4½in. high, 4¼in. high (3)" /> THREE MODELS FOR KEROSINE LANTERNS, the first, a kerosine lantern, constructed of brass and tin, signed <I>"Braunschwig"</I> (Patent office label missing); the second, a kersoine lantern, constructed of tin (Patent office label missing); the third, <I>Patentee Holmes Booth & Haydens, Patented January 24, 1860</I>, constructed of copper and tin signed <I>"Holmes Booth & Haydens Patent Jan. 24 1860"</I>(Patent office label missing)--<I>6in. high, 4½in. high, 4¼in. high</I> (3) | Christie's