200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Wildbirder

I found this in Nanaimo, BC. It sat in a shop walled off garage since the owner inherited the home from her father in 1975. Guessing by her age, he could possibly have been the original owner. Came with an early Canadian LQ. I'll post that separately.

 It’s labeled “The Coleman Light Hydro Carbon co. Wichita Ks.” There’s a remnant of another word below. Stands a little over 31” high and 7” in diameter.

 Any any additional information would be appreciated. Wether valves are correct, their usage, missing parts, etc.

Thanks for looking


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Mark
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Wildbirder
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Kgam1020
Hi Mark. I believe these tanks are fuel tanks. They were used to hold fuel ( I think somewhere outside a building ) and after pressurized it would feed other gas lights or appliances in a house or business. I'm sure the pro's here on the forum will help you with the info you need. Really cool score though!    
Ken.
Looking for Bday lanterns, 10/83, 11/84 and 10/2011.
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