Thanks Tony, I have posted it under America, Other Brands as Gloria was not listed separately.
This is the Gloria Portable Stove Model 388 and advertisements are available from around late 1938 and Tony Press has shown some here:...
A sturdy elegant range. Great that you have it in good use. :thumbup:
I have a Gloria Light Co. Pty. Ltd. Stove, Model 388, manufactured in Melbourne Australia. Can someone please confirm that this should be posted...
Darn compact stove model. I love the way the military ensured several manufacturers could make this model Coleman. I have...
I re-read the history of your amazing repair. Well done and I reckon this model stove is a classic, though they darn well tend to burn their...
I believe this is the earlier of the two types of the single burner Pura Australian made stoves available from around 1944. This is the...
Yes that trivet on the Bay looks real solid.
Very pleasing condition for the age. Has been fired. The paint is complex so I will probably just preserve.
Burns very well and nice to see it has had some TLC in the past and now a bigger dose. Looks like all the legs have had the coating you...
That is a large bit of kit that is quite different and looks to be in great condition. :thumbup::thumbup:
This is a better example of the Pura Single Burner stove. This is the smaller of the two types and has the long lever. The larger type,...
Would not have seen this turning up and a useful small diameter pricker too. Did Rosella make one also? :-k
Great find. :thumbup:
Thanks @ROBBO55 and it is very interesting re the colour. This was Australian Export Enamel ‘Brunswick Green’ and was cheap and really close to...
Thanks Tony, that'll work too if my pipe is wrong size.
Thanks for that, good point, I reckon I have a bit of metal tubing lying around. I might create a set.
More importantly, I spend...
Thanks Christer, that's the article.
Found it in the articles area, which I was happy with at the time. Not sure how to make a link to it.
Thanks for noting it.
I believe it was moved elsewhere in CCS a long time ago as a reference.
This is my 1939 ‘rocket stove’. These type of industrial stoves, often referred to as 'rocket stoves', were used for starting hot bulb engines,...
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