Greetings stovie friends. For your inspection today is a used but well cared for Hawthorne Western Field stove. Overview. I like the color, quite timeless. This could have been sold yesterday. Immediately upon opening, we have quite a difference from Coleman in the lid hinge method. Here it is, with the hinge piece pulled out away from the stove body, as it would be upon opening. Then you have to slide the lid closer to the stove body........ Then you're able to tilt the lid back, where it will catch and hold at a set angle without the side wings holding it in place. Sometimes I like having the lid on my Coleman stoves opened flat for more flexibility when using larger pots, and that wouldn't be possible with this stove. Side wing holder. It's supposed to be rotated 90 deg from where it is in this photo, and you can see the wear mark on the generator where that's been done previously, but it sure seems to sit like this much better. As it should be. Wear mark doesn't line up here, maybe I didn't have the fuel cylinder all the way against the far wall or maybe it's not a wear mark at all. Side wing holder in place. Wrench, and flaking paint. The tank mounting slots have an interesting shape to them. Which matches a cutout in the tank mounting tabs. Once fully assembled(carrying handle for stove must be up and away from the tank), the slots lock the tank in place so that a jar or bump won't dislodge it.