200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Just noticed and read a short article titled "The Joy of ‘Analog’ Cooking on a Green Coleman Camp Stove" on Wired magazine's site.
It has a great (stock) photo - below. The only thing was he bought a propane stove, and not a CF version, which maybe would have been closer to his childhood experience, and also been way better as far as we are all concerned, I'm sure. He bemoans the issue of recycling the canisters, again not an issue with a CF stove!

Ian - Looking for these dates 7/82, 7/92, 8/93, 9/03, 11/05, 5/17
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I like that stock photo too. My guess is the photo dates to the 1970's.
"If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts,
also happens to the man. Whatever befalls the Earth, befalls the sons of the Earth.” - Chief Seattle

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I stopped reading that article when he mentioned buying a propane stove.  🙂
Shane Looking for the following Canadian birthday lanterns or lamps: 2-32, 6-34,
Bait and switch.  That cute housewife cooking on a gasoline stove in the picture and the article all about cooking on the propane and the ecological horror of throw away gas cannisters.  Cool old advertising photo though. 

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