200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

1hpycmpr
Currently cleaning up a recently acquired CQ lamp and this is what I found when I removed the cap.
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I have never seen this design before in a cap and was curious as to what this may go on instead of the CQ.
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Any ideas as to the maker?
Mark
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Gunhippie
Never seen anything like it, but it's a great idea! Seems I'm often fighting to get one of the regular CQ plugs with CV to seal at the airstem. The NRV would solve that problem entirely.
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Chucker
I'm guessing Prenstiss-Waber's, Turner Brass, or one of those who used the same style NRV's on their stoves? 
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1hpycmpr
Chucker wrote:
I'm guessing Prenstiss-Waber's, Turner Brass, or one of those who used the same style NRV's on their stoves? 
Yea, I’m not familiar at all with brands other than Coleman so this one puzzles me.  
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Cigar_Mike
Was it found in Amish country?  If so, then it looks like an Amish repair to me.  
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1hpycmpr
Cigar_Mike wrote:
Was it found in Amish country?  If so, then it looks like an Amish repair to me.  
I don’t know where it was found but maybe Rubing knows some history behind the lamp.
Mark
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