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    Posted 3 years ago

    Lynnegirl
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    I don't actually know anything about this iron. Found it in a hole in the wall store and thought it looked neat! Would love to learn anything I can about it. Thanks in advance!

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    1. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 3 years ago
      Google search gasoline clothes iron and the company name to learn more. An interesting piece!
    2. GeodeJem GeodeJem, 3 years ago
      There all types of irons, Irons that you put on the stove and spit on the to see if they warm enough.

      Irons that have an internal compartment for coal or coke. Early electric irons were powered from a ceiling bulb connection. Irons for collars and cuffs were generally smaller.
    3. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 3 years ago
      This iron in the photos is powered by gasoline/white gas. One such maker is Coleman, check it out.
    4. fortapache fortapache, 3 years ago
      Gas powered irons were popular in the late 20s through the 1940s. Yours could be older. I can't find any information on the brand.
    5. Lynnegirl, 3 years ago
      Thank you for the helpful comments.
    6. SpiritBear SpiritBear, 3 years ago
      Just saw one of these in an antique store. Really fascinating to see.
    7. doug61, 3 years ago
      i bought this iron in a antique store in Nevada. it came with a box with instructions. if you like to know more about it and e mail you instruction contact me at dougfogle1954@yahoo.com

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