Aida 100

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  1. Sternenlicht

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    Almost the same as the previously presented Anho 100 , but with classic burner, no lipstick burner. Good condition. With tin, spanner and spirit can.
    No date stamp, I guess it is from the late 50ies or 60ies. Comments welcome!!
    The wind shield is made by myself from an aluminum bottle.

    Ciao, Bastian

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    Excellent!

    Tony
     
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    It's in good condition, congratulations :thumbup:
     
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    Nice man, congrats.
     
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    Those are good stoves, good performance all around!
     
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    I have an unfired Aida 100 as one of my office display stoves. Alas, not with that fine tin!

    These are just a little 'fatter' than the Swedish discus versions.
     
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    Very cool that,,, thank you for sharing...