Dating a coleman 425 stove

dating a coleman 425 stove

How do you date a Coleman stove?

Most Coleman® 2 and 3 burner stoves have manufacturing stamps on them starting in the early 1960s, while single burner stoves were dated from their introduction in the early 1940s. To date your US-made lamp, lantern burner or single-burner stove, first make sure the fuel cap is down tight and then turn it upside-down and look at the bottom. 1.

What kind of gas does a Coleman stove use?

The 424 and 414 are Dual Fuel stoves that burn both Coleman fuel and Unleaded gas. You can usually tell the Dual fuel stoves at a glance because they usually have silver fuel tanks as opposed to the red tanks for the traditional Coleman fuel only stoves, the 413 and 425 models.

How do I know if my Coleman stove is dual fuel?

You can usually tell the Dual fuel stoves at a glance because they usually have silver fuel tanks as opposed to the red tanks for the traditional Coleman fuel only stoves, the 413 and 425 models.

What is the difference between Coleman stoves 413 414 vs 424 425?

Coleman Stoves 413 414 vs 424 425 424 / 425 413 /414 Unit Closed 18 X 12 X 4 1/2 22 X 13 X 5 1/2 Cooking Surface 10 X 17 20 X 11 Burners Center to Center 9 1/2 11

When did Coleman make the 425c stove?

Coleman’s made the 425C stove in the mid-1960’s. The stove is not date stamped but the instruction sheet has a printer’s date code of 1963. The tank is now painted red and the legs fold under stove during operation. This stove is in Suzanne Kennison’s collection. This Model 476.74970 for Sears is the two burner version of Model 476.74980 below.

How do you date a Coleman® Lamp or lantern?

Dating a Coleman® lamp, lantern or stove is usually very easy. Most Coleman® lamps and lanterns manufactured in the United States after 1925 or so have a manufacturing date stamped on them, and it is usually on the bottom or the side of the fount.

How do I find out the age of my Stove?

I believe that if you look either on the underside of the stove case or on the underside of the tabs that you use to attach the fuel tank to the stove case you will find a date stamp. I dont know when exactly Coleman started dating stoves, early 1960s??? Nice find.

Is this Coleman stove in Suzanne Kennison’s collection?

This stove is in Suzanne Kennison’s collection. This Model 476.74970 for Sears is the two burner version of Model 476.74980 below. This stove, in John Stendahl’s collection, is date stamped May 1967. Coleman made this 3-burner stove for Sears as Model 476.74980.

What is the difference between a 414 and a 425 stove?

The 414 is the current incarnation of the venerable 413 series of stoves. The 424 is the dual fuel model of the 425 while the 428 is the modern 426. The real beauty of these current models is that they are so user friendly compared to stoves past that it is seldom they have flare-ups when lighting.

What kind of gas does a Coleman stove use?

The 424 and 414 are Dual Fuel stoves that burn both Coleman fuel and Unleaded gas. You can usually tell the Dual fuel stoves at a glance because they usually have silver fuel tanks as opposed to the red tanks for the traditional Coleman fuel only stoves, the 413 and 425 models.

How do I know if my Coleman stove is dual fuel?

You can usually tell the Dual fuel stoves at a glance because they usually have silver fuel tanks as opposed to the red tanks for the traditional Coleman fuel only stoves, the 413 and 425 models.

Is my Coleman 414 a real stove?

I see a stove on Coleman.eu that appears to be identical and says Unleaded 414, so it does appear that your stove is a current production model. Looks like a good, solid stove.

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