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One jet alc.stove 1920's ?

Discussion in 'Czech Republic' started by dusan, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. dusan Czech Republic

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    with rose flamm spreader.Find in the Czech rep.
    Pre Pragus/Meva alc.stove type 444 / 555 ?
    Built way is very simmilar to them.
    Tank tread M7 ,reg.spindle M5 , wick lid G1/8" ,also very "modern" treads.
    Hidden wick lid - also before finding hole in the foot.
    Very old stove - or not so old ???
    D.

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    z1ulike United States Subscriber

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    These alcohol stove can really take a beating and keep running. I'm impressed. This is the first one I've seen that has a single jet with a flame spreader above. Most have several jets. Still it looks like a good design judging by the flame it produces.

    Ben
     
  3. gieorgijewski

    gieorgijewski Poland Subscriber

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    I saw that model in Poland
    preheating cup - similar to G.Barthel
     
  4. dusan Czech Republic

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    Now is clear , it's Meva No. 1110 .Other stove by side is No. 777 .
    Boath pre war with wooden reg. knob.
    I think,pre ware with wooden knob are Pragus.
    After war , with bakellite reg.wheel only MEVA .
    Shortly after war are some stoves body with " Pragus " deccalt and with " MEVA " bakellite reg.wheel marked.
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    From MEVA almanach
     
  5. gieorgijewski

    gieorgijewski Poland Subscriber

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    Dusan - You know better
    - but Tank was like lemon or F1 grenade...
    on the photo was "normal ballon"
     
  6. gieorgijewski

    gieorgijewski Poland Subscriber

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    :D/
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    This is Your Tank
    Eihandgranate 39 !!!
    Not funny - normal "after war" procedure...
     
  7. dusan Czech Republic

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    Tank is realy magnetic and heavy , 50 g .Bras is only tube and lid.
    But my tank is more "balloon" as "eg" and only one side flat.
    Must be after first war .
    D.
     
  8. dusan Czech Republic

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    New picture after time in work.

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  9. z1ulike

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    Nice work. It looks great.

    Ben
     

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