Reynolds Aluminum Metal Co. 4 person cook set

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  1. Daryl

    Daryl United States Subscriber

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    4 person cook set with all 19 pieces. Only marking is on black lid knob with Reynolds St George Shield with 'R' . Made to last dent free of thicker than normal aluminum . Also have top part of a pour-over coffee system that fits the coffee pot. Used it to have breakfast with 1951 Coleman m-1950 stove. Thicker pan helped with the HOT and HOTTER M-1950 output. Larger size pans would be best on suitcase or 500 stove. Daryl Stay safe sunny SoCal
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    very nice great find, and the eats look yummie!
     
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    What's the chow?
     
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    I think I have a fry pan from a set like that. No markings. Aluminum. Quite thick.
    7-1/2'' diameter, 1-1/2'' tall. Handle bracket with about 1-3/8'' opening, and 1'' tall.
    Thrift shop find.
     
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    @SveaSizzler same measurements as the one pictured. @Ed Winskill Chorizo, cut up french fries, peppers, onions and eggs. Stay safe
     
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    Thanks, Daryl. Now I know its provenance.
    Sort of fits underneath the big pot of the Sigg Tourist, if one wants an extra fry pan or lid. Obviously not in a weight-critical situation, but handy for tailgate camping with a bigger group.