I managed to pick up a pair of Aeroplane No. 6412 (kerosene) stoves. Both were very little used - one may have been unfired. I will post notes on the fettling of these stoves (as they had some peculiarities) in the fettling forum in a couple of days when I've manufactured a solution to a little problem with one of them. A standard silent burner: Steel silent burner caps, inside and out. Note the 'feet' on the inside cap: The pump relies on a cone-shaped washer held between two discs and secured by the pump rod being splayed with a hammer at the end. Not a good design feature as it is easily broken. I got one working though, and the other I'll convert. The NRV is fitted with a flat head screw driver. It takes a 4mm pip. It was fitted with a cork pip: They came with pressed steel trivets. An interesting feature id that the trivets have a rather deep central cone over the burner. The legs were plated, and the stoves cam with a spanner, neither end of which is a perfect fit to any part (it can be used to tighten the burner and riser): A pleasant discus shape: The pair: Prickers: They came with a manual (I'll post the full manual in the Reference Library: All in all a well made brass stove, but with a couple of dodgy bits (fixable) which I'll talk about in my subsequent fettle post. Flame shots to come.