Here is a Phoebus 1F stove different to all of the other Phoebus No.1s currently on gallery in that it has relief molded inscriptions and a steel tank. The tank is finished with a, presumably electro-plated, copper coloured surface coating. Marked 'Made in Austria' on the base. The burner is simply marked 'Phoebus' in 3 scripts, Latin, Cyrillic and Arabic. Discussion on dating might be interesting. The only other steel tanked Phoebus at the moment is from the WW2 period, but that has different form of legs, different pressure release and a military desert paint finish.