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Lanray No:4 *

Discussion in 'Lanray' started by Brass monkey, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. Brass monkey

    Brass monkey New Zealand Subscriber

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    Here is my Lanray, a No4.

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    The brass burner cap...

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    Seems a solid enough stove, not sure of vintage...
     
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  2. Robert Bruce

    Robert Bruce Australia Subscriber

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    Awsome stove, and it is Australian too. like the genuine Lanray burner, It looks very orignal.

    Rob
     
  3. darlton

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    At Long Jetty on the other side of the lake today (so called because the lake is very shallow and they need a very long jetty) and there was a Lanray in a shop for $70! Just because it was Australian made, as they said on the price tag. Next to it was a Companion, also Australian made but does not say so on the font, so that one sold for a more realistic $30, same as thier Swedish stoves.

    Note that the wartime iron Lanray has raised printing on the font. Also raised on some brass models, but mainly found with impressed.
    Fr Laurence
     

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