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You can upload the photo to Photobucket then post a link to it here.
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If the black paint on the tank is original, I would say thats a 4-f
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1938-40 coleman 417B

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Looks to me like a 417, hopefully more expert types will check in.
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Looking closer at the pic the secondary burner has the key. So I think that is a 417-B. The 4-F has a knob.
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i dont think the key here is aluminum , its steel and i can just see part of it in your pic when i blow it up . is that the best picture you have ?
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I just checked my 417B the key is NOT aluminum.
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Don't get hung up on me using the word "aluminum", I mistyped. Apparently it's steel. What it's made of is NOT important, what is important is that it is a stamped metal key, not a bakelite knob.
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