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coleman54
Most here have probably seen advertising of the later “Green” enameled #334 steel shades, that were actually in two sizes : 10 1/2” fully white underside and
 9 3/4” With and without the inside upper portion enameled. 

Probably not many have had the opportunity to see the earliest “White” fully enameled #334 shade in advertising, if at all. 
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Larry

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Sending my $3 today...
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SteveRetherford
we might as well go for a Carton of 12 at 36 clams DeanO :-) i do have one green one here .
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JimL
Thanks for posting that Larry.


Steve, since yours is used, will ya take $2 for it?

-Jim

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SteveRetherford
:-) No LOL
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Dmacp
have you tested it with a claw hammer? whack that baby a good one right there on the porcelain.
Dan
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Colemannut
Thanks Larry for the great information. Not many know about the white enameled 334 shades. Good to see someone else passing on such great information and doing research for others. 
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SteveRetherford
i saw the white shades on the cover of the old green book but i have yet to find or see one in all my looking . so i dont think they made a lot of the white ones ?
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Colemannut
I agree Steve, I don’t think they produced very many as well. I have both styles of the green enameled shades and only seen the white one in person once and that was at the Leonard Johnson auction. Went way to high for my likings. Lol 
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coleman54
i saw the white shades on the cover of the old green book but i have yet to find or see one in all my looking . so i dont think they made a lot of the white ones ?

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The shipping records of the era did not have shade ID numbers or any entry’s so no way to know for sure I know of, the White Coleman no.334 introduction above dated March 1921 and jobber advertising I’ve seen shows them available into 1924. 
The green shades once very few in captivity like other Coleman items show up pretty regular now with so many more hunters out there looking mostly connected to internet and with social media. 
Larry

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SteveRetherford
so i went n Got Darcy's Shade Chronology to refresh my memory . it says the white appeared first and the green came later .
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Doug L
Thx for the info. 
I wonder why these  unbreakable  are so rare. 
My guess is, even though they can’t be broken people didn’t buy them because they were  opaque. Didn’t look pretty 
looking for a Hugo Moller Comet  Stove 5 or 6

 

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coleman54
Thank You for the nice comments, I have edited in another variation not shown before concerning the smaller version with upper inner enameling. 
Larry

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Gasman64
Pardon me, Larry, somehow I missed this fine post awhile back!  Those are really interesting ads; never saw the one before with the hammer.  Just the thought of a hammer crashing against even a chipped up 334 shade makes one cringe.
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Oh, great. One more search image to burden my pretty little head with.
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coleman54
Thank you for the nice comments !
Larry

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dbosch
Excellent.  Saved to a new folder on the desktop.
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Whitegas Extraordinaire

Very nice post, and now that I have a 334 and I looked it over and compared to your photos I have a question.
Between the upper and lower portion there appears to be a break, mine appears to have the same and I’m curious if that happened when they were spun as one piece or were these formed as two pieces and welded? 

I will post a picture of what appears to be a tack weld covered in porcelain on the outside of my example! Unfortunately it is at work.
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coleman54
A story is that the inside upper enameled portion was not covered on the later version because of damage from chipping when removing and installing shade on the holder and could continue to cause inside enamel harm. 
Larry

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dugan1
This shade is one that haunts me. Well, the one that got away is anyway. I found one on a perfect CQ, except for the light bulb holders wire tied to the burner tubes. The shade was near perfect too. It was 200 buck though, and  between 2 kids in high school cheerleading and child support I couldn't swing it. I would stop and "check" on it as I squirreled away my pennies, and when I finally had enough,  I went back. Of course it was gone, and I have thought of it every time I see one since! This was about 2012 or so, and still it's the only one I've seen. Maybe some day! Thanks for posting these for us to drool over. It was the early green one I am sure. Wish someone would reproduce these.
Brian
Albertville, Al.
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Coast to Coast
There are reproductions out there.  One was offered for sale in the classifieds a while back.  They aren’t cheap either.
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Kansas John
As far as I know, those that Dan had made are the only reproductions.  I’m pretty sure he only had two made.  I’m probably wrong.
John M. Lawrence, KS
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Kansas John
Here are two images of mine side to side to show color variation and size difference.  Thanks for the informative post Larry. Click image for larger version - Name: 81C9E37E-6A0F-41E2-AF62-87F89D672608.jpeg, Views: 93, Size: 110.86 KB Click image for larger version - Name: FF995C64-F230-4A34-A918-6BFDA3427B5B.jpeg, Views: 92, Size: 105.44 KB
John M. Lawrence, KS
ICCC #1431

Looking for a 214 kero and REI single burner anniversary stove as well as any Coleman born on date 10/77, 1/80
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coleman54

Recently found supporting document for the all white first no. 334. 

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Larry

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Coleman Slant Saver #01  Coleman Quick Lite Crew #01 Sears Collectors Club #16 
Goldbond Collector #02  BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #003    Part Time Stovie  Frank Appreciation Syndicate #007
Perfection Collectors #3   ICCC #1412

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Tgarner01
Thanks for the update Larry, I sure would like one of these white ones to go with my greenie 334
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939
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