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Here is a used Coleman military G I pocket stove that is dated 1945. There are no dents to the tank, but there is some paint loss from sliding in and out of it's container. I have not lit this stove, but it pumps up, holds pressure, and releases air with the valve is turned on. This stove comes with it's container, funnel, wrench and a parts tube with extra parts, which are fastened to the inside of the burner frame. The burner unscrews easily, and lifts out, to make it easier to access the parts tube and wrench. On the outside on the burner frame is the directions for lighting, fuel, and pumping it up. It is stamped on the side of the tank U.S., 1945, Coleman, and on the bottom of the container is says U.S., C.M. Mfg. Co., 1945.
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