I think the Punker enameled stoves were intended for domestic use, whereas
the Punker stainless versions probably were more intended for...
I think you have the 710 Oprimus heater ….
@multi-cho - This Succés radiator/stove also came in a kerosene version. In the 1926 catalogue exactly the same as the gasoline version,
Displayed here is a portable parabolic radiator/stove combo from the French company Guenet & Abbat, Paris. This is the No. 156 gasoline...
A very nice Lilor Luxe 95 stove, Bo. As you say ….. a very modern 50,s style stove already from the 30,s.
Attached you find a Lilor catalogue...
Well (bröst) ……. the front upper side of a body (vessel/tank) oppose to the back upper side (rygg)!
H. Markhbeinn was a wholesaler/retailer of lamps burners of all sorts and also of glassware.
Much was imported to Paris from...
Ian, here´s a Hirso stove image from a Markhbeinn 1921 catalogue!
Fernando! What a fantastic old and rare Swedish stove you have got there! Congrats´!
Nice Lilor stove Michel.
I am familiar with that Coleman patent, as it is stamped on the tank on my Coleman/Jolp 800 stove.
Here you can see that...
Yes it was a hazardous business being a projectionist in those early days. Most ways of getting projection light before...
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I´ve just finished the restoration of a ca. 1910 alcohol projector lamp. This lamp is more...
Nice Comet stove and a good job Fernando!
I have serious doubts about Pierre Michaux as the maker. I have seen several GPA,s marked Pierre Michaux.
One is like an Ultimus...
Done ….. https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/bardeau-secip-1926.44033/
Hi Ben @z1ulike
Nice and rare stove! I think it is the Bardeau Secip Model 25 B stove.
Attached an image from the 1926 Bardeau catalogue!
Pump with hex nut and fuel filler lid strongly points towards Abbat & Guenet "Succés". Although I think I have almost all their paperwork,
Well…… A company making mechanical works, repairs and welding….?? Not likely a stove manufacturing company.
Also says A.B. Exporteur Stockholm on...
Well.....look on the cast iron on the tank side of the stove in the cardboard box label. No "Made in Sweden" as on Bo´s stove.
I think the label...
Hi Bo, a very nice Mundus stove! I don´t think Mundus is a Swedish brand name. I have encounter the name "Mundus" in lighting appliances.
Separate names with a comma.