200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

gpaguy
Had to pay up for this pair .  # 2 stove (early version) with Coleman # 1 stove stand. Been wanting this stand since I started collecting old stoves and this was only my second opportunity to get one in 11 years of collecting. Outbid on my 1 st. attempt and I bid something crazy on that one, it was even worse on this one but mission accomplished.

s-l1600c# 2 stove.jpg 
s-l1600 # 1 stand.jpg 


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outlawmws
Wow,  Don't see those every day!

Well done and congrats!
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Bumpkin 95
I was watching that one. My wife told me it was too rich for my blood😢. Enjoy and keep us posted. In the pics it looked awesome 
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Chucker
Getting harder to find every day. Looks good. Hope it runs. 
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scl
i need 2 of those stands.
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gpaguy
scl wrote:
i need 2 of those stands.


Good luck with that.  LOL.


John
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Mr M
Oh man, great piece for the collection. I'm still looking for a stove that early, let alone the stand. The stand really makes the set.

I've missed out on a couple stove that age, and been run off on a couple by people who were wealthier than I.
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scl
hey, i found 2 #1campstoves, bing bang right one after the other and now have three 200a infrareds so i may hopefully have that luck on my side.
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Mister Wilson
That's a nice setup, great you have them both.
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gpaguy
Those 20's Coleman stoves are common compared to #1 stove stands. There doesn't seem to be a lot of info. on the web about these stands either. I would like to know how many of them are out there and years of production.

I don't think it would be too hard to reproduce a couple of these for use since I now have one to get measurements from. Some angle irons and flat bar and some old school rivets. They could be stamped somewhere as reproductions to avoid confusion later.


John
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OregonMichael
Dying of jealousy here.  I've been searching for an early short stand for my 2D stove for years and years.  Congrats on that score.  That's in my top 5.
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rob_pontius
Awesome score 👍. I only have one stove that's even close I'm age, but it's an AGM, not Coleman. O hope to see it cooking aeal soon.
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Rubing
I saw one early stove with that stand at a live living estate sale of a Coleman collector that went for over my budget. I did after time end of picking up two No 2 stoves but I ended up passing those on because I have realized I can only restore so much of this stuff in my lifetime. 
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Litemup1
I saw it on the Bay. It’s Awesome 😎 
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diablo45
gpaguy wrote:
Those 20's Coleman stoves are common compared to #1 stove stands. There doesn't seem to be a lot of info. on the web about these stands either. I would like to know how many of them are out there and years of production.

I don't think it would be too hard to reproduce a couple of these for use since I now have one to get measurements from. Some angle irons and flat bar and some old school rivets. They could be stamped somewhere as reproductions to avoid confusion later.


 Looks like they were made in 1925/26 and then replaced by the #10 stove stand in 1927. This info is from the book so maybe something else is out there but a two year run isn't much. 
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SteveRetherford
good for you , mission accomplished !!!
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warren
Great snag.   I've owned two.  Can't remember who got the first one but young Alex the stove collector got the 2nd one that was like NOS including the box!   I found it at the Petaluma Antique show when I lived in Santa Rosa  2012-2015.  (Well, I should say I stole it, $4.)

Looking for a picture of the box.  I know I have it and will find it some time. LOL

How about this for now.
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BSAGuy
A one and a two!!

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gpaguy
Nice picture Warren. I saw an add for the # 1 stand and it said this stand was for model 2 and 9 stoves. It appears this stand is meant for stoves with strap legs and the legs extended. This seller has an early version #2 stove with wire legs sitting on it without the legs extended. The model 1 has wire legs also.


John
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StanDahl
Dying of jealousy here.  I've been searching for an early short stand for my 2D stove for years and years.  Congrats on that score.  That's in my top 5.


The 2C/9C and 2D/9D stoves use the taller #10 high stand. As John mentioned, the short #1 "high stand" is only meant for the #2 & 9 stoves. These stoves have a slot in the lid for the extended lid support arms. The #1 stand can be used with the #1 stove, but the #1 doesn't have the slot in the lid for the uprights and won't be properly supported with the lid tilted back. Coleman ads always show the #1 stove sitting on the ground. 

Early lid supports1 copy.jpg 
Early #2 stove with wire legs.
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Later #2 stove with strap legs:
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Edited: The later #1 stand will work with the early #2 stove, but the case has to be sitting in the top of the stand, and the lid won't be level with the stand adjusted for the later #2. 
Early #2 with #1 stand 1 copy 2.jpg 
[edit: there is another hole in the lid support bars about 1.5" from the end hole that might allow the early #2 lid to sit level with the stove case mounted in the top of the stand. There is also a lower mounting hole in the leg of the stand. I haven't tried to take mine apart to see how that works, but I'm pretty sure the lower mounting hole will allow it to work with the early #2 stove.]
Early #2 with #1 stand 1 copy 3.jpg 
The wire legs will sort of fit, and the lid will be level, but it isn't stable at all. 
Early #2 with #1 stand 3 copy.jpg 
Early #2 with #1 stand 6 copy.jpg
Edit: It appears that there is more than one version of this stove stand - one with only one (lower) mounting hole for the early #2 and one with a higher hole for the later #2 and a another lower one for the earlier model, as well as two holes in the lid support arm.  Looking at the ebay photos of John's stove stand, it appears that his stand does not have two holes in the leg where the lid support bar mounts. I think this is an earlier version and mine is a later version.
#1 Stand versions.jpg        Red arrow - no hole
I don't see any record of the #1 stove stand in the Coleman Shipping Records until March of 1926, but it seems that it was made before then, as it is featured in a dated 1925 Coleman Catalog.
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gpaguy
John. Thank you for explaining and demonstrating all of this. Learned  something new today as I did not know there are 2 versions of the # 1 stand and the later version being a little more versatile.  It seems to me that this stand is so model specific that it will be of limited use to me but still a very nice collectors piece.


John
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StanDahl
I learned something new today too! I had never looked into this, I hadn't even thought about it. Then this topic made me decide to try the early version of the #2 on the stand that came with my later version #2 and found out it didn't fit properly. If you could see the edit history of my post, it would be a mess. I first hypothesized that there might have been two versions of the stand, then as I kept looking at the auction photos (which I had already copied from ebay last week), and stared at my stand, then yours again, I finally figured it out they weren't quite the same. 

I'm going to presume that your stove will fit the stand perfectly and the lid will be level, and I look forward to seeing a photo. There just aren't many of these stands out there, and so I've never even considered that there might be two versions.
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gpaguy
When it gets here I will set it up and take a picture first thing for sure.

The seller told me that he found this stove and stand together in an Antiques shop in Greensboro North Carolina. I'll bet he at least tripled his money reselling it on Ebay. ðŸ™


John
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clifforddward
I recently obtained a #2C stove in nice complete condition...which got me to thinking about these #1 stands for use with same.

As one person noted, it would not take too much effort to reverse engineer one of these early stand and make them for folks with an early stove...just would take a stand to copy from and time resources to do it.  Is there anyone here on the forum that has one of these stands they would be willing to let me borrow for measuring and copying?....I'd be willing to provide a free replica stand in exchange for borrowing yours while I make the replicas.  The original stand would not be damaged or altered in any way...just precisely measured for copying.

Hopefully someone will respond...if it pans out I'll keep the forum advised and offer replicas to others who may want one.
Cliff Ward
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Majicwrench
WOW something else I didn't know I needed!!!!

Great info too, TY.
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