do you collect?
don't need to collect ONLY Old Colemans for sure. All other lanterns,
lamps, stoves, and others are fun to collect. I am hoping that I will
collect more Phoebus,
SVEA, Trangia, Optimus, and whatever I like.
Swedish stoves are always welcome!
Even this old Stanley Plane can be your collection, too.
Victorian "Rose" glass door knob is one of my interests. circa
is a very unique-designed fountain pen. This is not old, but it's collectible.
catalog could be able to add as a OLD Coleman collection. See 200A is
not many but I have some other brand's repair parts. Below NOS generator
is for AGM lantern.
Two AIDA stoves in good condition.
long as you are the fly fisherman, you should know his name. Ron Kusse,
former vice president of H.L. Leonard Rod Company and now operates his
own workshop. The rods that he makes are so beautiful! It's been a long
time since I spoke to him.
My favorite his rod "CatsKill #3" rod also fits for a small
stream of West coast. If you want to see his job, Click above link.
does it mean to you. You might have something that you don't want to show
anybody. Being a "PRE-OLD man", I have been attracted by many
antiques, collectibles, and vintage goods a lot. I would say OLD Coleman
is the best, but I have some (maybe many many) other vintage goods besides
that. Here are some other vintage goods that I have.
is "Ash Flash" Hong Kong made lantern. I believe it was made
sometime aroung 1970s. Probably Coleman 200A was used/based
for this lantern's
product design. Direction disk and direction plate are very much alike
coleman's products. Did the company of Ash Flash use Coleman parts.....?
Or just mimic one? I need more study for this lantern.
"REAL" Hidden Collection?
"A 206-720 single
KEROSENE lantern?" Did Coleman Company make such a model? Yes, they
did it! I believe many of folks know this model, but this model cannot
be found so easily. I think that finding this model is much much harder
than GOLD BOND series, especially people who live in U.S.A and other countries
where Coleman Company never imported this model. This model was made for
Philipine market in 1970's. I was very lucky when I found this model at
******. Two of this were sitting at the same place. Both of them are New
Old Stock. Wow! All the sudden, I was scared. If I did not come here today
and if I missed them.... I don't think I can meet them again. Photo:
206-720 (March 1977
Old Stock model 206-720/March 1977
vintage automatic Fly Fishing reel.
"It has a silk line on it"
and glass fly rods from 1940-1970's
I like that word more than MINT. Most of Superb condition lanterns that
I found were "Dull" condition. Somehow, they became superb condition
with a certain manner of restration.
BURGUNDY and YELLOW BORDER 200A
VENT, Funnel, and Amber globe.
Look at behind them. a
Superb red case is there, too.
they are. Even thought they are not Colaman family, many peope are interested
in those items. Especailly brass stoves become much beautiful when they
are polished up!
Photo: Ash Flash and SVEA 123
you see a lot of dust on Ash Flash on your left, we possibly get similer
lanterns for sure. How do you like them? You don't like to wipe them
leave them as found condition to keep them natural. Actually, I am in
doubt what to do for this one. This one could be near MINT condition.
How do you cook this guy?
they really work?
photo shows 1950's Ice cooler (refge type) and 1960's water jug. Are
they really work? Answer is YES. They are really work well. If I were
a owner of 1960's VW bug, I would put them in wherever I go. Highly
words needed for Ted Williams version. If you don't know about Ted Williams.
Please check this page here.
is a no chace to use this torch.
is the rarest Coleman that you found?
I really don't know. An arc lantern or Gold Bond 200A....? When I first
saw a propaine picnic stove about 10 years ago, it was the rarest for
me at that time. I had same thing for a Coleman torch (above photo).
I am seriously
looking for a red paint that Coleman Company used to sell for re-painting
red fount. Do you want to use it .......? Oh, no.....empty one could
about Canadian Coleman?
I will take a trip to Canada some day. Repair parts for Canadain model
are highly demanded now a days. There is almost no chance to find Canadiam
models in the United States. I could able to find Canadian model only
a few of them in the past. Somehow what I found Candaian models were
"Collectible" models, thought.