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Harold j Kennedy
I have what I belive is a 2G Colman Camp stove. Can you give me any information on it?
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Tgarner01
https://terry-marsh.com/coleman-us-stoves-until-early-30s/

I think it's the 27th stove down this page... But to be honest I ran out of fingers and toes to count with so don't hold me to it ðŸ˜‰
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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BSAGuy
Hello and welcome, Harold.  Please show us some pictures.  We love pics.
- Courtenay
Be Prepared
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StanDahl
The Coleman 2G stove was called "2G" for "Second Generation" stove. It is the second stove Coleman came out with, back in 1913. It was originally designed to run on whale oil, but most were converted to run on boiled vaseline up until the depression killed the market for that oilfield byproduct. They were originally painted brown, but most were recalled in the 20's due to intense backfiring on the auxiliary burner, and any that were fitted with the recoil flange were repainted red to indicate the safety procedure had been completed. They are extremely rare in the original brown color pattern. That's what I know about them anyway. 
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Harold j Kennedy
Thanks Stan. Do you know when they painted any of them black? I know the one I have was originally black.
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Rhubarb
Attached is @StanDahl (John's) handy dandy stove field guide. It could help you determine which stove you have.
[SMALL-RISING-SUN-RHUBARB]  - Andy
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StanDahl
Black doesn't sound right for a 2G, maybe 2D
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