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Jellied Fuel Cans


Vincent Petty
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I am hopefully looking for information on jellied fuel/jellied alcohol cans. Nothing such of the American variaty survive, and I was wondering if there are any of the British or French variaty. I have a tinsmith that is willing to reproduce them, but we are looking for something to copy.

I would like to be able to get an idea of how they were constructiond and their demensions.

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I am hopefully looking for information on jellied fuel/jellied alcohol cans. Nothing such of the American variaty survive, and I was wondering if there are any of the British or French variaty. I have a tinsmith that is willing to reproduce them, but we are looking for something to copy.

I would like to be able to get an idea of how they were constructiond and their demensions.

Try a google for Tommy Cooker

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Thanks. Trust me we have looked over Google and most any other source. What I am looking for is more of a curatorial record of such an item.

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No there really are not any reproductions out there. Tommy's pack fillers could be an option, however, as posted on his website, he is not taking orders and hasnt been since December.

Other "reproductions" are really nothing more than modern sturno cans with a crappy "reproduction" label glued on.

thanks

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"Tommy's pack Fillers" should be up again soon - Geoff's just relocated his family to France, so give him a couple more weeks to move in and get organised and try again.

Tom the Walrus

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