200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Michelleg333
https://www.kijiji.ca/v-fishing-camping-outdoor/truro/vintage-coleman-stove-model-444a-and-stand/1511833058

I can't figure out how to add a picture, this is my add that I posted but I don't even know what I should ask for it!
Mint with boxes for stand and stove
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JimL
Sorry Michelle, but being a new poster, you are not aware that we do not give values on this forum.  Perhaps someone will PM you based on your area to give you an idea what it's worth.  but bottom line, it's whatever amount you're comfortable letting them go.  To many, the stand is more desirable than the stove.

-Jim

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Michelleg333
Soy thank you Jim, was not aware. So new to all of this!
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JimL
Forgot to mention, Welcome to the forum.

You might try looking at ebay 'sold' listings to get an idea.  Not asking prices, but what stuff actually sold for. 

Those look to be in really nice condition.  You sure you really want to part with them?

-Jim

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Michelleg333
I bought this set (see pic below) for $100 this weekend and really wanted just the cooler, you’re making me think maybe I should just hang onto it! And thank you for the welcome, I may just be the newest collector starting with this one!

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Newfie
That set would look great with a red Canadian 200 lantern as well.

The red heaters really aren't desirable. I tried selling one with box and it sat on my local classifieds site for months. I ended up recycling it.
Shane Looking for the following Canadian birthday lanterns or lamps: 2-32, 6-34,
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JimL
If you wanted the cooler, then you should probably hang onto that stand.  The stands not only hold stoves, but also coolers. 

Catalytic heaters may not be very desirable, but being in red, it's a purty one and I would hang onto it myself.

Is that a flint striker and not a lighter?  If so, they were cheap back in the day, but are uncommon and desirable now. 

I'm thinking you did really well for yourself with this purchase.

-Jim

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Recoil
Ya that flint lighter is awesome.  I have been searching for one for a while.  Welcome from SK.
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Chucker
You broke about even if I base those items on what they go for around here. Nothing to be ashamed of at $100 CDN. Good finds especially if you don't have any of those items.

Try pricing them out on ePay and you'll be pleasantly surprised ("sold" prices).
Chuck
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Michelleg333
That is a flint striker, it was inside the stove when I opened it. Perfect shape too. Seems like they are valuable on eBay! 
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Ashman
Everything looks new, that's going be a great set for camping and collecting.  [sSig_goodjob]
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74HARLEY
Welcome from California! Now that you're here, why not stay awhile? We're just a friendly bunch of enablers to your newest hobby. That cooler is awesome! Just wait until you see all the other fantastic colors they came in.
Joe
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Gasman64
[welcome], Michelle, from Pennsylvania!  Looks like a good start to a collection, and soon, you can go camping with nice vintage items.
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outlawmws
I agree; add a red 200A and go with it!

Welcome to the insanity Michelle! (Don't say you weren't warned!!)

The Coughlin's strikers are GREAT.  I have several - a couple of users and a couple on display.  One was rusted solid in the head and I used Evaporust and heat to eventually free it and get it completely operational again.  They use standard lighter flints, and there is a place to store a spare.
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Michelleg333
Thanks for the info! And the warning, lol!
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1hpycmpr
Welcome from Colorado, Michelle!  You have an instant vintage camping setup and yes, another vote for a 200A lantern.
Mark
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Newfie
Now you need a vintage trailer to go with it like a Trillium or Boler (Trillium preferably).
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Michelleg333
Thank you! My son just wished for a camper through Children’s Wish, not vintage but now we have some cool gear for it, yay! 
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Hot Diggity
Welcome from The Old North State.  Looks like you're just about ready for a classic camping trip.  A nice dining fly over a picnic table and the previously mentioned 200A and you'd be ready, rain or shine. 
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Whitegas Extraordinaire
Thank you! My son just wished for a camper through Children’s Wish, not vintage but now we have some cool gear for it, yay! 

Welcome to the forum from New York State. My best wishes for you and your family!
Thank you
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My Name Is Earl
I have a Canadian 444 stove.  Seems to be built a little stronger than my U.S.A. made stoves. I gave the dude 13 bucks, (he was asking 20). Runs good. 
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Coast to Coast
That cooler looks like it’s in perfect condition.  I don’t collect them, but I have a few green ones I use.  I agree with some others.  Keep the stand for the cooler.  That heater won’t bring a fortune, but will sell easily on eBay.  
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JimL
Michelle,

We’ve worked on you to keep the other items, now, about that stove.  🙂

You can have a little ‘camping’ trip in your back yard and cook out with it.  I bet your son would like that a lot.  I use camp stoves to cook stuff outdoors that take a while, like beans and stews.  Yes, I will occasionally have a winter meal in the summer if I’m in the mood.  By cooking outdoors, the AC isn’t fighting the stove.  And if you do any deep frying, you get to keep the cooking odors out of the house.  Since you already have a stove that looks to be in really nice condition, you won’t need to go looking for one or wish you had kept it.  Just a thought to consider.  

Know that if you have any questions about it, whether it’s operation or repair/maintenance questions, folks here are glad to help.  Tell us the model number, which should be stamped on the case in front, and when it was made, which should have the date(month and year) stamped underneath one of the fuel tank tabs.

-Jim

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macwacs
Welcome from Long Beach California. just need a lanteern, tent and sleeping bags or blankets and you are ready to go for an extended camp out. I used to sleep every summer in the back yard. More fun and cooler than indoors.
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CaptainFantastic
Welcome from Switzerland.
Good advice from the above. Keep it all and have some fun in the backyard, or pack it into the back of the truck and go cook sausages and burgers by a lake or something. Your son will love it either way. Make some memories, and then he can have the stove when he's old enough. Oh, and add a red 200 lantern too :-)
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