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File:Punched tin barn lantern.jpeg


English: A reproduction barn lantern made of punched tin in North America. Barn lanterns were used in the 19th century to cover candles and lamps when inside a barn to reduce fire hazard.
Date 15 August 2011
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Author OttawaAC

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45° 25′ 3.00″ N, 75° 42′ 17.40″ W

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