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Posted 4 years ago

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I am looking for information and information on potential market value for this stove. This stove was originally purchased as a wedding present in 1933 by an employee of the Coleman Company in Wichita, Kansas. It has appears to have all the parts but is not in working order at the present time.
Any information or suggestions on how to research this item would be appreciated. My searches on the internet have been largely unsuccessful.

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  1. plantfreak, 4 years ago
    Sorry, I have no idea of value, but I sure would love to have it!!! ;)
  2. Terry , 4 years ago
    Have you tried to calling the Coleman Company? Most companies are willing to help if they can on finding information on pieces they have made. They may even have spare parts to get it working. Would look great in my kitchen!!!!
  3. Sharonlynn, 4 years ago
    Your stove is actually vintage. Antique means it is only 100 years old where vintage means it's much older and could be from any era. Your stove appears much older than 1933. Try searching vintage stoves on the web and see what you come up. Good Luck!
  4. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 4 years ago
    http://www.coleman.com/coleman/colemancom/photolib.asp?imagetype=3#home
    Due to the need to diversify the Coleman company made new products. In their photo archive they show a stove similar to yours. They might be very interested to hear from you and get pics from you.
  5. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 4 years ago
    Check out the 364 air-o-gas kitchen range at this next site. You definitely want to send them pics since they don't seem to have that exact model.
    http://www.oldcolemanparts.com/resources/museum/museum_stoves.cfm
  6. Colemancollector, 4 years ago
    Even though they aren't common, they aren't overly valuable. Too hard to ship and take space to store. They really don't bring much. $100-$200 would be a good price for it as someone would have to come pick it up. (That price assumes working condition) I have paid as little as $25 for working gasoline (White gas) ranges, and $100 was the most I've paid. They just don't bring that much on the auction sites. You should get it working first. There is a bulletin board that Coleman collectors post on and they can help you get it going.
  7. Liz, 3 years ago
    I have a A COLEMAN VINTAGE ANTIQUE KITCHEN STOVE. A UNIQUE COLLECTOR'S ITEM MODEL #330 AIR-O-GAS. EARLY 1920'S TO 1930. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.
    I would like to know what year it is? Can anyone help?

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