Trangia pan sets

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  1. bem1965 Sweden

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    Hi all!
    I've seen a few old Trangia cooksets posted on the forum but thought I would add a few of my own....
    In the time before the storm cooker Triangia was making cook sets and kettles. The first storm cooker is no 25, a pan set still made is the 24, but Swedish hardheaded numerical analysys yields that there must be at least 23 more models..... Some might never have been more than ideas at the drawing board (kitchen table).
    Here are two unidentified sets...


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    This set usually travels without the little kettle since I mainly use the pans to protect the Primus 71E set and make coffee in a small espresso maker.
     
  2. bem1965 Sweden

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    Set number two, large enough that the other set fits inside....

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    If anyone at this great site have any clues to all the older models from Trangia I would be very interested!
    /Lars
     
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  3. pysen78

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    Nice pots!

    Maybe we can make this the "Trangia cookware thread" and later skim the cream off of it into the reference gallery?
     
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    I think the first one is Camping set Nr 406280, it's still on Trangia website. This seems to be older than mine, but still very similar.

    I use the 2.0l pot and 18cm pan in that set often, because it can fit svea123 inside sideways. You need to shorten the pot gripper, if you want to fit it inside too. Then you can add 1,75l pot from the T25 set to the outside and it will fit perfectly.
     
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    Thanks Mikko!

    Campingsats i aluminium Nr 406280 is the first set!

    I have my eyes open for a large set witha kettle and 4 sets of beakers, cups and dishes that fit in a pot and fryingpan/lid.

    /Lars
     
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  6. Lennart F Sweden

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    Yes, the small one is the 628, the higher version of 624 that in turn is based on inner pot of 24 - now Trangia market the old old names I used all the time.
    The big one looks like an early(circa 40's) incomplete 24/2, later that big pot got a bail before getting the form of todays 2,5 liter pot.
    The set with 4 plates etc. is 24/4(miss one beaker in mine) - the plates are number 20.
    Storm cooker 25 was formed around the inner pot(1,5L) from cook set 24 and the burner from spirit stove 23.
    The old kettle with S-spout was one of the first products - never seen a model number for it.
     
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    Similar to 1st one.
    https://shop.trangia.se/sv/campingset/campingset-628tf27.html

    I think I have one of the 1st sets. Is it a bit loose, lid on the pot?

    Ken
     
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    Something Trangia, but a little different, picked up at a thrift shop, and unused. I really enjoy Trangia cooking gear, but I tend to use it when I’m nearer a vehicle…

    For further back in, I’ll most likely have something from England,,, Bull Dog Brand Cookware… I have quite a bit of it…


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  12. Lennart F Sweden

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    Trangia scout kit 124 - looks like 1960's - marking on pan handle could tell more as it is specific for this kit and the batches seem to have lasted for several years each - my handle has 1950's marking while some details tell the set was made 1962 or later.
    https://shop.trangia.se/en/camping-set/400124.html
     
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    The most notable and curious thing about my 124 set, is that there isn’t, and never were, loops for a belt. I don’t see any markings at all on the pan handle… Unless it’s the handle style itself that varies?


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  15. Lennart F Sweden

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    Then I assume your 124 was custom made for use with a pouch like the american scout kits - I've observed that the Trangia items made for Primus use to lack any branding.
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    @snwcmpr 1963 is a while back, and it appears to never have been used… Thank you

    @Lennart F It could very well have been sold here in America, to scouts of some sort… Something to ponder I suppose…
     
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    Here is mine. The stamp, "Trangia Made In Sweden", on all 4 items, is the same, later, stamp that would indicate the kettle is likely to be a correct match with the pot.
    I am sure that I received this from Hazet.
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  18. Lennart F Sweden

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    New style kettle and old style handle - mid 1960's to early 1972.