Discussion in 'Juwel No:34' started by Lampenkueche, Jan 17, 2014.
Barthel Lab Stove from around 1915.
That is a really nice setup.
Thank you for sharing that.
Ken in NC
Lovely! You don't see many of those.
G,,day very very nice .
the variety of stoves that get posted on here is amazing.
I'm loving this old girl
Is this a kerosene or a alcohol stove ?
Beautiful, love to see these old stoves lit and operational once again. Frame is gorgeous, looks to be cast iron.
The pin on the fuel tank designed as a safety release, much like the one from the Primus 71? If she's a Petrol stove is there a wick? If a kerosene stove she'd be tricky to run with kerosene on low.
Spindle control an internal needle or flame regulator?
Ooops. Benzinkocher = petrol, so she is a coleman fuel (white gas) stove.
In addition to Peters one:
Barthel Lasur is a wickless stove with a cast iron pot stand.In comparison with a Barthel meth burner you can see the gap for the rising tube on the bottom. It burns
very silent with good simmering capability.It`s marked Made in Germany and on the filler cap is the inscription:Nur für(Only for) Benzin(gasoline) Ligroin (white gas?).
Martha Benz bougt Ligroin at the pharmacy to fuel one of the first cars.
Greetings to all.
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