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Iron


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Nom de l'objet : Iron
Type de l'objet : Iron
Catégorie de l'objet : T&E for Science & Technology
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Maintenance T&E
Matériaux : metal, glass,paper
Numéro de catalogue : AM2009.004.001a-i
Numéro d'accession : AM2009.004.001a-i
Fabricant : Coleman Lamp and Stove Company
Description : A. Gas Iron, Black handle and boss. Gas pot with air steam valve on the back. Inscription on the handle that says "Model 4-A Instant Lite. Coleman Lamp and Stove Co. Limited, Toronto, Canada." B. Iron Holder Made of metal. Inscription says "Coleman made in Canada." Has some rust spots on it. C. Coleman Measuring Can Yellow with open and pouring spout. Can reads "Coleman measuring canfor instant lighting Irons." It also has French and English instuctions printed on the can. Can is yellow and made in Canada. D. Colemen pamphlet on use and directions for the instant lighting iron. Pamphlet folds out with six pages and one inset inside. E. Envelope 4 1/4" by 2 1/2" Envelope reads "always use Genuine Coleman Parts. Made in Canada by the Coleman Lamps and Stove Company Ltd. Queen street east and Davies Ave, Toronto, Ontario. Envelope is in poor condition, with water damage. F. Tightening Wrench Used for the Iron. It has six different sizes of wrench on it. Has some rusting on the metal. Is placed inside the envelope. G. Metal Cleaning Tool Used for Iron Burner slots. 3" long with tooth at the end. Small hole. Inscription reads "To clean Coleman Iron Burner slots." H. A typed notice sent with the iron. It gives instructions on the packaging it is stamped "the Coleman Lamp and Stove Company." Printed in Canada. (In envelope) I. Return Slip Sent with the iron. It reads "In case of complaint please return this slip to the Coleman Lamp and Stove Company Ltd. Toronto Ontario, Canada. (In envelope)
Commentaires : This Coleman Model No. 4a gas iron was manufactured after 1927. A No. 3 iron was the first of the Instant-Lite series. Self-heating fuel irons can incorporate many unique designs and unusual patented features, and they were cutting edge technology in their heyday during the late 1800's to early 1900's.   Coleman was actually making them in Canada up till the 1960's, as there were still some homes without electricity.  "Coleman" brand irons are perhaps the best known of the gas or liquid fuel irons.
Hauteur : 28
Longueur : 16
Largeur : 10
Unité de mesure linéaire : cm
Établissement : Alberton Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Alberton
Province de l'établissement : Prince Edward Island
Site web de l'établissement : http://www.townofalberton.ca/history/museum.htm  

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