200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
Doug L
Anyone know what years Coleman had their name printed on the chimneys?
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looking for a Hugo Moller Comet  Stove 5 or 6

 

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Gand28
I'm not sure if it was a consistent thing and I do know that there were other manufacturers of mica chimneys.  The printing washes off pretty easily so many have probably been wiped clean.  I'm interested if someone knows more definitely your answer.
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coleman54
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Gand28 wrote:
I'm not sure if it was a consistent thing and I do know that there were other manufacturers of mica chimneys.  The printing washes off pretty easily so many have probably been wiped clean.  I'm interested if someone knows more definitely your answer.


I agree with Greg,
Coleman mica branding likely started 1924 or later when the change from swinging door reflector to sliding up and down mica took place, as the sliding door type are where the branding is usually found. As Greg mentioned it disappears so easily it will be difficult at best to attain that information by comparison, along with the probable globe changes of previous owners. The mica frame stamping appears sporadic so mica branding could have been the same. 
As Greg also stated Coleman likely had vendor supplied mica the same as Pyrex and lamp shade/globes.
Larry

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gpaguy
I'll take a dozen of those mica globes for 6 dollars please.


John
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coleman54
gpaguy wrote:
I'll take a dozen of those mica globes for 6 dollars please.


That would be $91.46 in today’s money using CPI calculator. Still a pretty good price, I would like a case too. 
Larry

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Dmacp
After the 327 mica chimney Colemany made  a 220 mica chimney. It was not stamped but it was a 7 panel chimney with a sliding steel door, and 3 rivets.

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Dan
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coleman54
Dmacp wrote:
After the 327 mica chimney Colemany made  a 220 mica chimney. It was not stamped but it was a 7 panel chimney with a sliding steel door, and 3 rivets.
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True, the #220 mica appeared in the late twenties in jobber advertising as a six panel mica, and was equipped on the new model  220/228 Instant Lite. The #327 was advertised as a 12 panel and was the economy choice, both with the same dimensions at the time. The #220 was not listed in Coleman catalogs until 1944 and when it did, was there with the #327 that had been listed all along. 

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Larry

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MilSpecsOps  #1954  Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0124  The Coleman Blues 243's #77  
Coleman Slant Saver #01  Coleman Quick Lite Crew #01 Sears Collectors Club #16 
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