Discussion in 'Primus No:515' started by optipri, Apr 22, 2016.
... oh, no... not jealous at al...
What a stove, a really nice classsic design, happy for you Optipri !
Bo, this is yet another beautiful stove.
It is interesting that it is from 1936.
The only mention of it in the CCS documents is in a 1914 catalogue, here.
Obviously, by 1936 its design had changed. It looks the same as this Primus 516 from 1935.
I haven't find this model in any catalogue, only 514 and 516. 514 has roarer burner an 516 silent without cleaning device so I guess this is same as 516 but with other burners.
Obviously very different from the early 515. I wonder why they used the same number, it should no be hard to find out a new number.
@optipri I'm beginning to think you have a thing for green stoves. I thought your Matador but this is over the top. What a great stove and in such good condition. Congratulations!
good on you for finding it
Tony , i am jealous hahaha
Just hours ago a unused one 1931 was sold at a swedish auctionhouse for around 12500 SEK - much too expensive for me....
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