Tinned iron, glass; probably manufactured in England. Concord Museum, Concord, MA.
One if by land, and two if by sea ...
It was two; meaning that the redcoats would cross the Charles River to begin their march to Concord.
The Old North Church lantern reputed to have been used by sexton Robert Newman has a provenance that cannot be certified. But it has a tradition of being one of the lanterns he used.
Acccording to the Concord Museum:
The collector Cummings Davis (1816—96), acquired this lantern around 1853 with the history that it was
bought in 1782 by Captain Daniel Brown, of Concord, from the sexton of Christ Church in Boston, and affirmed by the said sexton at that time to have been one of the two lanterns flashed from the belfry of that church by order of Paul Revere on the evening to the 18th of April, 1775.