200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
UtahColemanUser
Here are some more listings from vintage catalogs. There were not any folding Coleman stools available in this catalog.

The folding Handy Table sold for $28.45 in this catalog and $42.50 in Orvis' 1976 Catalog. I wasn't aware that they were available in the early 50s
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Chucker
Amazing how some of those prices are the same today (or close) for these same gpa's - used.

I wasn't aware the folding table was still available in the 70's, ha. I figured it was a 50's-60's product. I have seen recent Coleman camp tables but not the same style as the 50's. We now have the expando- aluminum tube stuff.  

I understand, inflation is making these even more affordable for us. Still it's interesting how much of a 'deal' we often get. 

Thanks for posting. Very interesting ads. 
Chuck
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UtahColemanUser
Chucker wrote:
I wasn't aware the folding table was still available in the 70's, ha. I figured it was a 50's-60's product. I have seen recent Coleman camp tables but not the same style as the 50's. We now have the expando- aluminum tube stuff.   


To be clear, the Handy Table, not the Coleman 640 was in the Orvis '76 catalog.
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Gunhippie
Well, ad #3 above says that there are "folding aluminum chairs (P) above" so I think there might have been chairs around. Wish mine were aluminum rather than steel.
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UtahColemanUser
Gunhippie wrote:
Well, ad #3 above says that there are "folding aluminum chairs (P) above" so I think there might have been chairs around. Wish mine were aluminum rather than steel.
  I just passed on 4 of these aluminum versions - $15 at an estate sale. They were round aluminum tubular (maybe 5/8") folding with a simple screw hinge.  The same chairs are shown in the A&F catalog, but not worth poluting this thread with them :-).  I agree that the case with 4 chairs is a bit heavy and I am always worried about a spot weld or two going out while carrying mine fully loaded.
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MartyJ
Thank you for the post.  I have one of the two mantle lantern reflectors and this helps date it. 
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84E7944D-9BC7-4018-A0D9-0B1E406B58FB.jpeg  Grabbed my 3 burner for about that price a few weeks ago. 426B for $25. 
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Gunhippie
  ....  I agree that the case with 4 chairs is a bit heavy and I am always worried about a spot weld or two going out while carrying mine fully loaded.


The spot welds I worry about are those in my spine! I won't even contemplate putting a #10 High Stand inside the case of my 426.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
Walk a mile in a man's shoes before you criticize him--then you're a mile away, and he has no shoes.
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Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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