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#10 Gypsy Stove

Discussion in 'Coleman No:10 Gypsy' started by scouterjan, Oct 5, 2013.

  1. scouterjan

    scouterjan Canada Subscriber

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    1 st attempt at posting pictures,Mods, if these images are too large, please slap my wrists. This stove came from a friend from Idaho and was a rust bucket, I have images somewheres. Everything got bead blasted to remove the rust and scale, then primer and paint, followed by a couple of coats of clear Hi Temp paint. Coleman made this stove in 1928 for the Gypsy Stove Co
    Jan
     
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    :clap: Nice restoration. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    An extremely nice save of an early tin stove! These stoves were neither small, brass, shiny or sexy and tended to be discarded when they became disheveled. It is great to see this part of out stove history being so lovingly preserved. Mike...
     
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    Fabulous job Jan! It looks superb!


    Have a great day,
    sam
     
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    Wow Jan, that is a thing of beauty. Great job!
     
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    That's Purtty!!
    What is that in the background of the first picture?

    Ken in NC
     
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    That is a great,lot of lamps :mrgreen:
    Great job on the stove :clap:
    john
     
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    Thanks guys, Green stove in the back is a Sears, 2 Canadian Red 220E fonts Will look for a couple of B/4 pictures
    Jan
     
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    Looks like the rust bucket No. 2 is on deck and waiting for the scouter!


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    Hey Sam, #2 all finished, just need to do the font. Wife is going to try and make me a water slide decal for it, then I will clear over it
    Pictures screwed up this time
    Jan
     

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