200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

grunts
https://www.kijiji.ca/v-fishing-camping-outdoor/gatineau/lantern-lanterne-camping-primus-gaz-coleman-with-box-vintage/1516766637
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Gasman64
Looks like a butane lantern.  I'm not sure how readily available the cylinders are, though.
Steve
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Rustytank
Camping Gaz system. They had stoves and lanterns. The butane canisters are pierced when used and can't be unmounted once put into the device. Gaz canisters went out of production in the early 90's and are near impossible to find these days.
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JimL
That doesn't look like a Camping Gaz cylinder to me, but rather a small refillable propane bottle.  However, if so, I don't know what it would take to make an adapter to refill it. 

Coleman owns Camping Gaz and still sells the canisters.  They're just not sold in the US. 

-Jim

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Rustytank
JimL wrote:
That doesn't look like a Camping Gaz cylinder to me, but rather a small refillable propane bottle.  However, if so, I don't know what it would take to make an adapter to refill it. 

Coleman owns Camping Gaz and still sells the canisters.  They're just not sold in the US. 

I took a closer look and you are correct. I'd be a bit intrigued by that now.
275 Appreciation Syndicate #0245
Looking for birthday lanterns 11/58, 3/68, 3/73, 11/96, 6/97, 11/97, 12/00
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shaune509
Says Primus propane on tank in side photo. How to refill is big ?? Probably from that age when Coleman made the 'Bomb', before all the safety nazis got a job in DC.
Shaune509
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Duck
Label on tank says “must only be attached to Primus appliances “ so my guess would be Primus with a Coleman globe. Also says take to a propane dealer to refill so it’s a refillable tank.

Joe
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