I've got one of those cases as well - from the top of my head it's got a plague on the lid. Came with a really early variant of the '96. Going to...
Definitely a first for me! Many thanks for sharing!
A Primus No. 210, date coded 'N2' for 1924, coupled with much rounder tins, which is believe to be a second version of the Compact Outfit. These...
Hey Wim, thank you for confirming yours also has the same 3 panelled windscreen!
Thank you George for bringing my attention to the tins for the 00. Wonder which version came first: this - or the 00?
Today I've become the caretaker of another one of these little beasts, and it's even completer than the one I already own. It includes a...
Much appreciated John, as always! Put in an order for two caps, to put on an Optimus 200, and a 1913 Primus No. 100 (to be posted later).
Distinctive bun feet on this one, housed in its original No. 3 Compact Outfit tin as the brass plague denotes. After 106(!) years, she's still...
Thank you gentlemen! As much as I want to fire her up, she's gonna be a showroom piece. I have enough modern stoves (and plenty of classics from...
Early bun feet Optimus 00, in black/blueish tin, and its distinctive looped handle on the front panel. Lovely patinated brass tank, marked...
That looks splendid! Love the retro feeling that you managed to create with the decals.
A nice find indeed! Are you going to fire it?
No there isn't one - it just screws on the nut that is attached to the tank.
Your write-ups are a treat to watch John. The SRV with the built-in travelling cap is something I've not seen before.
Do you happen to know if...
Interesting to see yours includes a triangular windshield. Does anyone know when these were substituted for square ones?
Nice piece of machinery!...
I was just about to suggest that John. Immaculate write-up, detailed pictures and lots of tips 'n tricks. Yep, deserving of that!
Mmmm... bun feet are my favourite. :)
Beautiful - I want one.
Now we want to see the rest of the stove set as well :lol:
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