Help with identification...

Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by Haggis, Apr 19, 2019.

  1. Haggis

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    Bought these two stoves for $6 today, mostly due to curiosity about the top stove. The only thing I could find are the numbers “409” on a plate riveted near the bail. The tank was missing... Any idea what it may be?



    The Coleman 425E, 6/76, was part of the $6 deal. I’ve given these 425E’s away to friends and family until they dread to see me coming... Good users though...

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  2. OMC

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    It may be strange to mention but that paint is goofy (unique?) but looks familiar.

    The stove has resemblance to a PW 402
    [ 402: Closed case is 20 1/2 x 11 3/8 x 5 1/8 and weighs approx. 17.5 lbs.
    The cast iron grate is 19 ¾ x 10 ¼. And the tank is 13 x 3 ½.
    Diameter of the top of both burners 2 7/8” ]

    but the 2 402s I've seen recently don't have a name plate.

    There is another place to check yours.. under the cast cooking grate.

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    good luck, omc
     
  3. Haggis

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    Thank you OMC,,, The stove looks like it was, at some point, painted with a brush. I can find no other numbers or letters on the stove, but they may turn up with a brighter light, and magnification...

    I suppose finding a tank for it will be difficult enough, even when I discover who manufactured it,,,