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Vikingson_1
Hello fellow lampers, these adverts may be of interest, Jeff.

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ehodges
Those are really cool and colorful! Sure would be nice framed and hanging on the wall!
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Chucker
Wow. Those show the first 'instant lighting' lamp and lantern's. Very cool. Thanks for posting Jeff.
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Vikingson_1
Hello Ed and Chuck, these adverts may also be of interest, the second advert was sent to me by Bud Michael, Jeff.

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GasPrescue
Love the old Coleman ads. Thanks Jeff, I always save the images to the computer
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Rubing
Those are very cool, do you own them?
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bvandy
Post more ads if you got 'em! I love the old graphics. Very Cool.
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Steve_1
" Makes and burns its own gas "
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I want that one [smile]
Must be noteing liquid to gas through generator ?
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Mel
Those are really cool. The sign I got recently has the same picture of the lamp and lantern as well as the same picture of the guy holding up the lantern.

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Vikingson_1
Hello one and all, i'm glad that those adverts are of interest and that's a great sign Mel, Jeff.
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Vikingson_1
This 1944 advert may also be of interest, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
Here are some CQ., adverts, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
Here are two 1920's Coleman lantern adverts, Jeff.


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Vikingson_1
Here is a 1933 Coleman advert, Jeff.


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Vikingson_1
Here are two 1945 Coleman adverts, Jeff.

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BobA
Nowadays, they'd have to change the line in the last ad to:

"A dime's worth of fuel yields many seconds of light."

[sSig_heeheehee]


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Jim_l
Cool ads, Jeff.
Anyone have one of the free booklets in the ad, "How To Make 'Em Work Like New"  ?

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Vikingson_1
Hello Bob, that's true!

Thanks Jim, the 1926 advert is well put together, Jeff.
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LakeGeorge
These are really cool!
Thanks to all who posted an ad.

My fave is old Dr. Freud, reading the Wichita Eagle!


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Vikingson_1
Thanks Gary,  this 1936 advert may be of interest, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
These two adverts were sent to me by Bud Michael, Jeff.

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Dempster12
LakeGeorge wrote:
My fave is old Dr. Freud, reading the Wichita Eagle!


Or possibly the Wichita Beacon; the other Wichita daily newspaper back in those days.
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Dmacp
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 Makes and burns its own gas ??


That is absolutely correct. The confusion comes from people using the word "gas" when referring to gasoline.

The Coleman generator generates gas by using heat to vaporize a liquid fuel. If you could see what is coming out of the generator (you can on a Petromax) you would see. You hear it hiss but nothing appears to be coming out, but it is a gas, like natural gas, oxygen, nitrogen etc. You can't see anything.

The gas is generated (made, converted) from liquid gasoline or kerosene, or whatever you are burning.

Dan
ICCC member #604
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Steve_1
Really apprciate these ads, so fun to read and gives some great insight to the technogy of the day via the selling points made. Living and working on a farm myself - the farm ads are of great interest.
Keep them coming if theres more !
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Vikingson_1
Hello Steve, you are welcome and i shall add more through time, Jeff.
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Vikingson_1
The first advert is from 1942 and the second advert is from 1968, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
Here are another three Coleman adverts, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
Here is an advert for Coleman paraffin/kerosene lanterns, Jeff.


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Vikingson_1
Here is another 1926 advert, Jeff.

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bridd
Posted in another thread but here is an advertisement/flyer for a Coleman Cooker. Click image for larger version - Name: image.jpg, Views: 1165, Size: 184.01 KB
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Vikingson_1
Hello Bart, that's a fine advert and perhaps other members will also add to this post through time, Jeff.
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Vikingson_1
The first advert is from 1923 and the second advert is from 1926 and the third advert is from 1940, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
Here is another 1940 Coleman advert, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
I assume that this advert dates from about 1920, but perhaps someone else will have a more precise date for it?  Jeff.
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Vikingson_1
This advert is from 1919, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
If I recall correctly, this photo which dates from about 1926 was sent to me by the late Mr Herb Ebendorf, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
I do not have a precise date for this advert, but i reckon that 1915 would be close, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
The first advert is from 1923, but I do not have a precise date for the second advert, 1928 would be close, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
Here are two British Coleman adverts and the first advert is dated 1923 and the second advert would also be from the 1920's, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
The first advert is from 1925 and the second advert is from 1929, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
This advert is from 1928, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
The first advert is from 1941 and the second advert is from 1945, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
This advert is from 1926, Jeff.

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fireball501
Just an interesting side note Mr.Vikingson, that ad from 1919 in the Saturday evening post is the first full page add that Coleman ever took out and it cost them a lot of money back in 1919 as that was a major publication, but it paid off big in sales according to a conversation that I had with the late Herb Ebendorf. Post # 35 
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Vikingson_1
Thanks for the information.
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Vikingson_1
The first advert is from 1947 and the second advert is from 1948, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
This advert is from from 1925, Jeff.

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Vikingson_1
This advert is from 1929, Jeff.

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bridd
Oh how I wish Santa would bring me one of those stoves, or anything in those ads. New in the box please!
bart

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Vikingson_1
Here is an Arc lantern advert and a 1915 Coleman award advert, Jeff.

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